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Do you want a new (O.E.M. Spec) dash plaque for your Jubilee?

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I thought that you would all be glad to hear that the dash plaques turned up today and they look absolutaly excellent-only problem is that they are very hard to photograph as they are so shiny.

The only problem is that in the rush to send them out the supplier has forgotten to engrave 4 of them:(:(-

Alan Rutter

He has asked me to pass on his apologies and he is now rushing them through engraving and has promissed them to me by the end of the week.

I would like also to apologise for the delay but they are well worth waiting for (the photo doesn't do them Justice).

As for the rest I will try to get them packed up tonight and in the post tomorrow/Wednesday-they will be sent via recorded mail to the addresses given.

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You'll be glad to know that I have posted (recorded delivery today) plaques (and in the case of * stickers aswell) to the following-

Tim H
Alan Donaldson
Alan Ashmead*
GCotgreave's is going tomorrow
and MG Nut*'s will go as soon as I recieve an address.

That will just leave the four that are coming from the engravers who I will try to chase up tomorrow.

Can you please let me know when you get them and I hope that, after all this time, you like them?

I'm off to see my other woman, in the garage, otherwise I'll never get to Abingdon;)

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Hi Ray

Thank you for your kind comments and I'm glad that you are pleased with it.

I'll put a note on the forum but the place that I'd suggest fitting them/where most original ones are is in the centre of the dash-it is slightly more time consuming but you don't need to drill any more holes.

You will need to remove one of the fresh air vents (requires a small screwdriver to help release them) and then from behind the dash push the blanking plug out (where the washer plunger is on chrome bumpered cars) and then fit your dash plaque remembering to fit the rubber washer, plain washer and then tighten up the wing nut.

If you still have any questions please let me know?

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Hi...Just to let you know the remaining plaques have returned from the engraver and I have posted them out first class recorded mail so you should get them tomorrow.

If it ain't broken don't try to fix it as if you do it will definitely break

Wow !!
We received our plaque on Saturday and it looks fantastic. We are so pleased with it !:D
Thank you so much for organizing everything from start to finish and thanks for packaging it so well.

Looking forward to seeing in May,

Kind regards,
Alan Donaldson

Thanks Alan/I'm glad that it was worth the rather long wait


We received the Dash Plaque and Window Sticker and would like to say how brilliant they both look.

We are really pleased with them, Many thanks to both Colin and Marco for organising these.


Helen & Pete

Thanks Hels & Pete...I'll be in contact soon regarding the Spring run


I have had a few questions as to where and how to fit your new plaques and as they say a picture speaks a 1000 words I have taken some pictures.

As far as locations go the two most common/obvious are the centre of the dash behind the blanking plug (which in my opinnion is where they should have all been fitted in 1975) but as it required more work to fit a lot of dealers got their drills out and fitted them to the extreme left hand side of the dash by the glove box. As the latter is fairly straight forward although you do have to drill your dashboard I won't bother commenting.

This view (despite having the RH vent in place) shows the location for your new plaque.

Depending on whether you are right handed of left prize off the relevent vent with a screwdriver or the like being careful not to mark your dashboard.

Once removed push the blanking plug out from behind the dashboard

Remove the wing nut and washers from the plaque and then put the plaque through the dash and refit the washers (rubber,then metal) and then the wing nut and tighten until held tight. Don't over tighten

Push the vent back into position making sure that it fits into the rectangular plastic ducting.

I hope that helps


Graham has also fitted his via a simpler method-

Hi Colin
Thanks for the plaque and the window sticker they are superb. Well impressed with the quality of the plaque it's excellent.

Don't know if it's any help but I fitted mine to the blanking plug you suggested but what I did was drill a hole slightly smaller than the thread on the plaque and just screwed it in using the rubber and metal washer. Only took a few minutes. Worth a try even if it doesn't work you can still use the method you seggested.

Again many thanks

If it ain't broken don't try to fix it as if you do it will definitely break

millbrook...if one is available,please include me

Hi..As I was so pleased with them I have orderd some more plain ones which will be in in a few weeks..I will be offering them for the same price £16 plus £3.00 p&p but the engraving will be extra and depend on how many letters are required. I will let you know when they are available

Looks really good Colin , thanks for technical advice 😀
I am very pleased with my plaque thanks for sourcing it for us all

I'm glad you're pleased with it and I hope that you get it fitted okay

Thanks for the plaque. Arrived safely, fitted well - and even found out why the central vents were unequal in their air outputs! (Previous trauma to ducting by someone)

Andrew & Arlene

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