Cool things with wheels since 2006
can you tell me anything about it's dashboard i.e. is it OE because Peugeot didd this in 1948https://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/OTAwWDE2MDA=/z/-6EAAOSwx2dYDuZK/$_20.JPG
I can tell you it's an American instrument cluster, from a late 30s or late 40s Ford or Mercury. You can find out more about it by looking into this car online. Why did you mention the Peugeot dash? There is nothing in common
forgive contradiction but i think the instrument clusters differed very little ... as per my photo and yours
Look, it's the small things that make it very different. If you walk back a mile away, both cars look the same. Both have 4 wheels, windows, and a steering wheel, fenders and bumpers. See? You say the clusters are the same, well, if you don't look at the many differences, sure. Both have a speedometer in the center, and 4 outlier guages on the corners. Then, nothing else is the same. The Ford goes to 100 mpg, the Peugeot goes to 80kmh. The french word for fuel is Essense, and the American word is Fuel. The American car has a single analog odometer of numbers for the distance traveled and the Peugeot as a pair, one above the pivot point of the speedometer needle, and one below. There is no point to going on, they are very very different when compared.
I like this. I think the Welderup cars are sometimes overdone. I don't think I've ever seen NDT tires on a hot rod before.
I hadn't noticed those before! hey, nice touch! You're right, they are normally a bit overmuch. They started out just damn good, then went a bit over the top, now this has me hoping and expecting a return to damn good and just right