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Old 10-31-2008, 08:37 AM
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Anyone know where to get these gauges?

A friend of mine forwarded these pics of some gauges. I would be interested in getting a set, anyone know where to get them? neither of us know who makes them.

I was going to upgrade the originals on my 35 Chevy Master, but why, espescially if the price is right

Mark
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Check out this web site:
http://www.thehoffmangroup.com/auror...gnergauges.php
Auto meter and vdo also make similar
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Check with your local NAPA store as i saw some similar at the one near me..

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There is a company advertising in Street Scene that has VDO gages for a great price. I am going to call them and ask if they have a clock too in that line. I WANT an analogue clock!
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http://www.egauges.com/

Best prices I've found for gauges
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Cool gauges

you might like these guys:

http://www.haneline.com/
http://dakotadigital.com/
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Still can't find them. The Beede are close, but they do not have the quad gauge cover, or the chrome ring in the middle. I will keep my eye out at SEMA next week

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Found them at the US Speedo booth at SEMA. Turns out they are not available until the beginning of the year, guess I will have to wait.
The website to get on the list is:
http://www.newvintageusa.com/
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