Have you tried contacting some of the suppliers in the library links section?
Marine Sales and Equipment - http://www.marine-sales.com/
Earl Stilson (Earl the Pearl) has new and used marine engines, parts, equipment for all kinds of Chris Craft boats. The website does not do the place justice. Rare and obsolete is their specialty. Best to call or e-mail them.
Hi Daniel: I haven't gotten to my helm on may remodel project but when I do, I'm going to give New Wire Marine my business. I like that they can make switch panels to fit your specifications and give you different options on how you want to use them. What I find really exciting is that you can get illuminated switches with individual breakers mounted right below each one. Check them out. Maybe they can supply what you need, and maybe surprise you with more than what you thought possible.
Just make your own.See: http://www.frontpanelexpress.com/
I have been wanting to try these guys for a while.
I made all new switch panels for our 41 using aluminum sheet stock and mounted it to the total command switch modules with stainless pan head machine screws worked great and for labels I made my own using a good label maker from office depot the panel looks good and any sun uv won't effect it ever. I will be removing 2 total command gauge sets in the near future if you can use them they both work fine but I'm changing to old style needle gauges
I have this one! pretty sure it is a remake, not original but it's pretty damn perfect! John Spooner threw it in the box of stuff when I bought his props off the Dirty Berty. If you just want the plate... no switches I can slip int an envelope and mail it to you.
For the Total Gauge Cluster, do you want the gauges or the panel? I have take the Oil Pressure and Trans Temp out already.