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1941 Packard 160 Dash Gauge Face Color
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What colors do the 1941 160 dash gauge faces come in?

Posted on: 8/27 13:29:07
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Re: 1941 Packard 160 Dash Gauge Face Color
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I'm surprised you didn't get an answer. If you mean the actual gauge face as well as the clock surround, the 160 and 180 was a gold-bronze look. The plastic, or Tenite as the parts book calls out, came in maroon, brown, green, blue grey and tan. Tan seems to have been the most popular choice as the majority of original and project cars I've seen were all tan ecept for 1 that I've seen in grey.

Posted on: 9/15 11:15:38
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