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The Acclaim - Adequate but uninspiring.


The Volvo - Subpar, not aided by mine having blown bulbs (Ironically the non-functional fuel gauge is lit up but the working temp gauge isn't)...


Finally, @davidfowler2000's Pug 205. Fucking amazing.


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I took a few more dash at night photos a week or two ago to celebrate getting the heater panel illumination working on the Punto (since sold to BeEP) and the C2. 





Rover 75:




Another of the Felicia, with less streetlight interference:




And last and also least, Renault 6:


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On 10/12/2020 at 10:26 PM, rob88h said:

I expect better from a 25year old Volvo...


My old 480 Turdbot did that on the speedo to the point where it wouldn't display over 50mph due it eventually flaking off and jamming the needle. 

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6 hours ago, wuvvum said:

Same as my dad's.  Not a bad steer for a modern.

This was my Dad's until he became unable to drive, so I'm now the custodian. I wouldn't necessarily have chosen it, but it's growing on me. 

6 hours ago, willswitchengage said:

First modern I've seen that doesn't have a rev-meter

It's the hybrid, hence no rev counter. The normal pez and derv ones have one.  As wuvvum says - it's of limited use with the CVT-alike transmission.

5 hours ago, Zelandeth said:

Seems very cold to me...just makes it seem somehow unwelcoming in the dark.  Just my point of view though.

I wouldn't disagree with that. It's a "starker" blue than say a 00's VW. I really rather liked my Bora - blue gauges, red everything else.

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