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James Fischer
03-12-2014, 12:29 AM
Looking to buy...any condition.....
1. patient compartment switch panel for 70 Rescuer as pictured
23701

2. Front dash mounted switch panel as pictured
23702


If anyone might have an idea where I could locate either one or both for purchase I would very much appreciate it...

Thanks all in advance...:thumbsup:

Terry Broussard
03-12-2014, 06:59 AM
If you need to relabel it, see my post for the guy here in town that did mine. Very well done. If you need the whole black mount, a plastic shop may be able to do that.

James Fischer
03-12-2014, 01:56 PM
If you need to relabel it, see my post for the guy here in town that did mine. Very well done. If you need the whole black mount, a plastic shop may be able to do that.

I do have that information written down Terry.

Since I need both,front and rear (complete housing as well as faceplate) I was hoping to find originals....I have checked with 2 plastic stores in town,one was not intrested and the other was way to high priced.....so my hunt continues for now...thank you for your effort !!:thumbsup:

James Fischer
07-03-2014, 01:31 AM
Bump

The hunt continues...still looking...either front or back or both..will pay top dollar.....at this point....;)

John ED Renstrom
07-03-2014, 12:08 PM
the problem is most of them looked like yours the year after then were made.

any one doing plastic repair? body shops some times has a man that is good with that. upholstery shops also. so much of this late modal stuff are damaged plastic.

James Fischer
07-03-2014, 01:51 PM
the problem is most of them looked like yours the year after then were made.

any one doing plastic repair? body shops some times has a man that is good with that. upholstery shops also. so much of this late modal stuff are damaged plastic.

These are photos of the the panels in 70 RESCUER #1.The panels were intact in the ambulance.:rolleyes:

I AM in need of the actual switch panels for 70 RESCUER #2.They are both missing.:eek:

I am not so much worried about the plastic portion although I would like to keep it as original as possible.::o

I know they will turn up someday/somewhere....AFTER I am through looking :confused:

John ED Renstrom
07-03-2014, 11:40 PM
you got there number call and have them make you one. the problem is one out of a different car will be either to many or not enough holes. superior did custom make them for each car. they would put in there, what ever it was you wanted them to. your looks and money ahead to have one of the two services shown here make one up.

Kurt Arends
07-04-2014, 01:07 AM
Actually, the rear compartment panel was pretty much consistently the same. They just put a plug in the spot for options that a rig did not have. For instance, my '75 54" did not have factory rear A.C. The panel shows where the A.C. switch should go, but mine has a chrome plug in that hole.