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Old 07-30-2005, 01:23 AM
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67/68 Mustang instrument cluster

Looking for any sites for complete instrument cluster. Similar to haneline or cal custom with brushed inserts and white gauges. Would like to pay an arm or a leg...preferably not both. Take it easy on me, it's my first post.

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re: 67/68 Mustang instrument cluster

thanks for the link, unfortunately it's only for the chevy family dash and gauges, but if anyone is looking for chevy stuff the site is www.covansclassic.com
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A source for Brushed Guage Panels

I, too, am looking to use the brushed look on my '68, using the factory A/C vents. JME Enterprises has a Brushed Aluminum look guage cluster for $1099.95. The kit for the rest of the dash is $129.95 and the piece above the glovebox is $79.95. I have not bought it yet, but sure would be interested if someone else is the guina pig. Cheers.
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RE:A source for Brushed Guage Panels

I looked at those and talked to mike @ trophy mustang (trophy mustang.com) who is actually installing those autometer 5" tach and speedo. He says that the tach fits and also the speedo with relatively easy engineering. Within the next 2 months I am going to attempt to purchase all the components and save around $500.00 by doing it myself. I figure if i'm redoing the wiring anyways why not take some time and save some silver.
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