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Old 07-26-2013, 08:42 AM
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Guages.. can you identify these?

I really like the 'old-tyme' look, but I haven't seen them anywhere and I can't make out the mfgr's name. Maybe you've seen these? Any guesses?
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If my eyes can still focus and I squint real hard, it appears the manufacturer is Classic Instruments. I don't know if these are off the shelf items though or if they are a special design.
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Yep, those are Classic Instruments Vintage series. That is their 'ultimate' gauge ( speedo/ tach ) and there 2 'dual' gauges. comes as a kit.. I have eyeballed those gauges for a long time. There actually reasonably priced too.

Edit, just looked it up, and VT34SLF is the part number for the pictured setup
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Classic Instruments Series

Matt had it right - here's a link.
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I liked an 'old time' look myself - I used these from Autometer...
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I liked an 'old time' look myself - I used these from Autometer...
Almost Steam Punk - ish.
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Yep, those are Classic Instruments Vintage series. That is their 'ultimate' gauge ( speedo/ tach ) and there 2 'dual' gauges. comes as a kit.. I have eyeballed those gauges for a long time. There actually reasonably priced too.

Edit, just looked it up, and VT34SLF is the part number for the pictured setup
Close... VT61SLF.

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