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D-250 CONSOLE

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The bad news is summer appears to be over for us in central Illinois and business is slowing in our shop.

the good news is I am finally able to spend some time working on some projects that have been waiting

for my attention for a while. This one is a D-250 console graphic. a customer from AZ sent me this template but his

console had been painted over and he does not have any images of the original console.

It would be awesome if any of you D-250 owners could post some images of a good console so I can

get this graphic completed as close to original as possible.

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It appears the template I rec. in the mail is not quite accurate.

I know it is probably impossible to get but if I had a console plate to scan

I could then make an accurate replacement. thanks

Your images are a help.

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I could do an autoCad drawing of it but it would be a long time before you got it

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that would be awesome and i dont mind waiting.

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Ok I think I have this finished can you open an AutoCad file?

The only other thing is there are at least two diferent decals for the D250 console.

Mine is a 1976 by the image sent from AZ. I would say that is newer.

I might be able to do that one, if I can get a picture from my nephew.

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I just purchased a console and dash panel for a 1977 d-250!!
They will be here next Friday. I will be working on them as quickly as possible.
It appears that the 76 and 77 are the same and then in 79 to 81 there was a slight change. Not sure about the 78 yet.
excited to finally have originals to make accurate measurements from. will post pictures so you can compare to yours if you still have it.
I know it has been 3 years since this post but I am retired and working from home only and  have much more time for R&D

Terry

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