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Panels are available from catalinadirect.com but they are pricey. Bluesea a much less expensive option.
Blue Seas is better quality as well - very hard to beat.

By the way Catalina Direct is not Catalina. It is a separate company in the parts business.

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I would replace the panel like the one in the link below from Blue Seas - excellent quality product.

Traditional Metal DC Panel - 8 Positions - Blue Sea Systems
Plus one - what mitiempo said! Buy the panel!
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Re: Replace Panel vs. Replace Switches

If you're considering plunging into a messy panel and haven't been there before, my recent experience might be of interest.

Part 1--A Novice’s Guide to Panel Reorganization - Blogs - EY.o Information Exchange
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