Classic Instruments 6-Gauge Set Velocity Series 1965-1966

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Product Description

Classic Instruments Velocity Series 6-Gauge Set for 1965-1966 Mustangs.

Velocity describes Classic Instruments' intent as a business. They work with velocity as they constantly evolve to their customers' needs. That evolution is put into action responsively with the customers' direction in mind. These gauges feature black dials with a white drop shadow font or white dials with a black drop shadow font. Further accent is achieved with the bright orange pointers. The gauges feature stainless steel rings and real curved glass.

Ford sending units are included for the speedometer, temperature and oil pressure gauges. A fuel sending unit is not included but the fuel gauge is set to work with the stock 75-10 ohm fuel sender. All gauges are 12 volt electronic. The kit also comes with a mounting bracket that is designed to work with the stock dash and original or Scott Drake reproduction instrument bezels. All installation hardware is included as well as an easy to follow step-by-step instruction manual to wire in all your gauges.

Gauges Included:
-3-3/8" 140mph Speedometer with Built-In Tachometer
-2-1/8" Fuel Level
-2-1/8" Oil Pressure
-2-1/8" Temperature
-2-1/8" Volt

*Instrument bezel NOT included.

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First the bad, they ship from manufacture and they take forever to put couple gauges and sensors in a box and ship it to you... now the good..the quality is great. the kit is complete and the instructions are so simple even i can do it and i only have one arm.... I was going to get the GPS module to go with it but i tried the stuff they included in the box and after calibrating the speedo it works great. whats even better is you don't need to buy new gear teeth, you simply swap out your old cable with there is install your old tooth sprocket and run the calibration setup and you are done! also if you buy new rims tires whatever, you don't have to but new teeth you run the calibration again and you are set
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Product Video

By Bill Tumas: We do a lot of videos on adding modern features to customize your classic Mustang. One part often overlooked is the gauge cluster. If your build includes a hopped up motor or you just want a better idea on what's happening under your hood, your parts list should include some quality gauges. While a trio of aftermarket gauges under the dash might get the job done, if you're looking to truly do it right, take a look at these gauge cluster assemblies from Classic Instrument.

Since 1977, all of Classic Instrument's gauges have been designed, assembled and calibrated right here in the USA. They take such pride in their workmanship that all their gauges come with a five-year warranty. They currently offer clusters for ?65 through ?68 Mustangs.

All the ?67 through '68 clusters come ready to install using these premium quality OEM replacement bezels. They include five electric gauges with sending units where necessary. The fuel gauge is designed to work off your factory sending unit, so no need to change that out. All the gauges use a glass lens with a stainless steel surround and are available in eight different finishes. The clusters come ready to work with any kind of an aftermarket wiring harness. If you're still running the factory harness, Classic offers this pigtail adapter making it a plug and play installation with no splicing required.

If you're still looking to add additional gauges, matching gauges for both clock, voltage, boost and other applications are also available.

This is a ?65 through ?66 gauge cluster assembly. As you can see, same glass lenses, same stainless steel surrounds as a ?67 through ?68. In the case of this one, the tachometer is an option built in the bottom of your speedometer. These will fit any '65 GT cluster or any ?66 gauge cluster. They do not include the bezel itself but include these billet adapters allowing you to put the gauges into your stock or your replacement bezel. These gauges are available in five different designs with or without tachometer.

We installed this Classic Instrument's cluster in this custom ?67 Mustang convertible. This is the black All-American series with the aluminum insert as found in ?67 deluxe interior cars. All the gauges are back lit, easy upgradable to LEDs. In this case, we had a three auxiliary gauges as well.

Up close you can see the detail the Classic Instruments puts in every one of their gauges. Spun aluminum centers, high quality numbers and detailed pointers are just some of the features they put in every gauge they make.

Our Classic Instrument's cluster looks right at home in the custom interior of this ?67 Mustang convertible. Not only do all the gauges look great, they're far more accurate than the factory. If you're looking to upgrade the gauges in your ?65 through ?68 Mustang, take a look at our selection of Classic Instruments gauge clusters.