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Either a home made rally computer (lot's of folks made such things for TSD rallying)or part of an airplane instrument panel.

Where did you find that?
 

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Bill Lass found it at an auction, came with a nifty clipboard too.
I just had a thought that it must have been made for a Corvette, they had that shape dash.
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Well Randy, if Vern found it, it's probably a prototype dashboard for a Farmhall tractor.

(It is not a commercial product; it's homemade)
 

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Joe,
Like DUH, but my Alfa is homemade too, in larger numbers of course.
Just thinking if it is a Mark IV, there is possibly a MKI, II and III and maybe a couple of each of them (or not).
Just putting it out there in case it stirs a memory.
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>Either a home made rally computer (lot's of folks made such
>things for TSD rallying)or part of an airplane instrument
>panel.
>

I couldn't find any mention of it in any of my old rallye books. It's most likely a custom homebrew. It uses Veeder-Root counters like just about every computer of the era, and the bank of setting dials looks what I've seen on Tommy boxes. It might just be a rearanging of someone elses components. Could we get a clearer photo of the front plate?

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