This site is non-commercial – There is nothing for sale here

What’s covered

  • Instrument clusters and gauges, clocks, speaker grilles, faceplates and bezels, delete plates, horn buttons and horn rings.
  • American (and Canadian) cars, light trucks and motorcycles from 1920 to 1970.

What’s not covered

  • Tune-up and testing equipment.
  • Imported vehicles.
  • Heavy trucks, tractors and buses.
  • Vehicles older than 1920 and newer than 1970.

Pictures here are from various sources on the web, mostly from eBay advertisements. In some cases the information provided by those sources has been verified; in others it has not.
You should do your own research to determine the correct application for your item.

Make and Model Names Cross Reference  1920-1970
Not comprehensive
Name See Also Name See Also
AMC Rambler (1957-66) Lincoln Continental (1956-58)
Buick Marquette (1930) Mercury Meteor (Canada 1949-61; 1964-76)
Cadillac LaSalle (1927-40) Comet (1960-61)
Chrysler Imperial (1955-75) Nash LaFayette (1934-36)
Comet Mercury Comet (1962-77) Rambler (1957-65)
Continental Lincoln Continental (1959-up) Oldsmobile Viking (1929-31)
Ford Monarch (Canada 1946-61) Packard Clipper (1956)
Edsel (1958-60) Plymouth Valiant (US 1960, Canada 1960-66)
Frontenac (Canada 1960) Pontiac Oakland (1909-31)
Hudson Essex (1919-31) Beaumont (Canada 1966-69)
Essex-Terraplane (1932) Acadian (Canada 1962-71)
Terraplane (1933-37) Rambler Nash Rambler (1950-56)
Rambler (1957-65) Hudson Rambler (1954-56)
Imperial Chrysler Imperial (1926-54) AMC (1967-up)
Kaiser Henry J (1951-54) Studebaker Rockne (1931-33)
LaFayette Nash LaFayette (1937-40) Terraplane Hudson Terraplane (1938-39)
Electrical System Conversion Schedule
6-Volt Positive to 12-Volt Negative
1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1965
Buick Buick Chevrolet GM trucks (most) Willys Harley-Davidson
  Super   Special Pontiac Ford Motor Co  
  Roadmaster Packard* Chrysler Corp
Oldsmobile American Motors
Cadillac Studebaker
Chrysler Packard
  Crown Imperial* International
*  Converted to 12-volt positive initially; converted to 12-volt negative in 1956

Pictures are from site visitors and various other sources.  If you claim exclusive ownership of any of them and object their use here, please send us an email.  We will cheerfully remove them.