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Electrical panel source?

I am looking for a 4 or 6 gang electrical panel similar to the Ancor ANC-553004 shown in the attached image. Marinco tells me this product (2, 4, 6 and 8 gang) is discontinued. What I'm looking to do is install a new sub-panel in a fairly tight space (~5"x6") that has at least 4 breaker positions ranging from 5-30 amps each. And I would prefer NOT to have any LED indicators, gauges or other 'cool' features. Just 4-6 breaker positions. I need the panel as part of an autopilot installation (2 circuits) and plan to add a couple other circuits later.

If I can't find such a panel, then I may have to buy a sheet of aluminum and drill the holes myself.

Any ideas for an alternative source?

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Thanks. Someone recommended Paneltronics - looks to be the closest to what I'm looking for. Have an order in for their 3 gang w/o lights.
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