View Poll Results: Which of the 4?

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  • 2 color LED

    7 53.85%
  • 1 color LED

    4 30.77%
  • Large separate LED

    0 0%
  • Small separate LED

    2 15.38%
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  1. #1
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    Default What style switches for my '68?

    I am putting together a switch panel for the '68, using a blank DSE VINTAGE AIR GEN II CONTROLLER MOUNT. Which of these 4 switches do you like the best? I won't be using the panels pictured (using my own), just the switches. I like the idea of the LED in the switch b/c it takes up less space but i think it might be too "euro" for my car.
    1) Toggle with 2 color LED in the tip. Red in Off, Green when On. Like the 4 switches on the right of the panel.

    2)Toggle with 1 Color LED in the tip. Nothing when Off, Red when On.

    3) Regular toggle w/ large LED mounted in switch panel.

    4) Regular toggle w/ small LED mounted in switch panel.




  2. #2
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    While all of the switches will work, an understated look always seems more intelligent and sophisticated to me.

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    Option 1

  4. #4
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    None of the above. The choices from Vintage Air look much better!
    Mike

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    I say the LED in tip are the coolest of the above, but I would rather do rocker switches with a light for the on position. Little cleaner. If you want race car cockpit, then #1.
    Nick R.
    69 Camaro - 383, 700R4, 12 bolt 3.55, Hotchkis, Bilstein, Global West, Morris Classic
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  6. #6
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    Yea, i started thinking about rocker switches. They are cleaner, and also would almost look "factory" since they blend in more. Something like this would actually work perfectly since i need a momentary switch for my 2-step.


    I do like how the toggles give the car a more mechanical feel though.




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