John E. Mitchell Allegro Mark IV Parts Source

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Daugust32
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John E. Mitchell Allegro Mark IV Parts Source

Postby Daugust32 » Wed May 09, 2018 1:09 pm

Anyone happen to know of a business or individual with a stash of these? I'm refurbing one and just need the faceplate (current plate is cracked, see pic). Thanks for any help!

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ice-n-tropics
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Re: John E. Mitchell Allegro Mark IV Parts Source

Postby ice-n-tropics » Sat May 12, 2018 2:08 pm

Blower switch nut was overtightened and cracked Plexiglas. J & N auto air conditioning in Harlington TX has old Mark IV stuff. Hope this helps.
After making all the drawings on the Allegro, I put one in my 56 Chevy PU and could hang meat in it. Problem the the back window frosted on the outside and blocked rear view.
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