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Post by todchadwick Sun Nov 15, 2020 3:46 pm

I was searching images of replica Healeys when I came upon a photo of the common Sebring pull switches. This vehicle had what appeared to be snap on plastic knob covers that identified the switches function. Would anyone be able to point me in the right direction so I can get these for my car?


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Post by Jerry & Lisa Mills Tue Nov 17, 2020 12:17 am

"snap on plastic knob covers "
Well that's a great idea. Wonder who made them.
The Cole Hersee switches that Classic used only came with a chrome knob as they were just universal and they did not list any other knobs or bezels that were sold separately.  I know some British cars had black plastic knobs with print on them, and some had bezels with printed function.
The Cole Hersee knobs have a thread size of
10-24 unc.  Maybe something is available that would work, or a tech guru can 3D print some.
Now that you've pointed it out, i would like some as well if anybody should find them.

EDIT.....
Found these. "ONLY" $15.00 each.
Mostly for Marine, but the last listing is "custom". Lots of colors too.
Option 2 might be a local engraver..?..

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