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Old 01-27-2002, 07:44 AM
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Where can I go or buy dash cluster? I want to take the factory cluster out that I have in my 89' Mustang LX. I want to put all new gauges and buy a pod or something to put the gauges in where the old cluster was. Can anyone help me on where I can find or what to do to customize my dash in the matter?

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Old 01-27-2002, 01:16 PM
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Typically adds for gauge panels peddlers show up in most street rod mags, like Rod & Custom or Street Rodder Magazine.

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here is a solution that I used on my k5... pretty simple, cheaper then aftermarket clusters, and you can even use a piece of brushed allum. instead of the factory bezels. design your own.
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You could make a dash panel or bezel out of wood walnut for instance and coat it with high gloss poly-urethane. If you do not like the wood look then do like solowookie suggested and use brushed aluminum
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