Help with fuel gauge ID

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  1. 48marine

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    Can anyone identify which aircraft this fuel gauge might be from???
     

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    Do you have a manufacturers part number, most often located on a plate
    on the back,or very faintly on the instrument face?
    Looking at the attaching nuts it could be late to post war.
     
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    No plate on the rear only the number P6301
    On the face - Part # CT2F1039-3, General Electric, Serial # B-14947, 24 volt.
    The last "3" on the part number is hard to read and may not be correct.
    Thanks for answering the message.
     
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