New Vintage USA Gauges Black 1967 Series Electronic Speedometer Complete Assembly 1967-1968

New Vintage USA: 67707-01
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Product Description

New Vintage USA 1967 Series Complete Gauge Assembly with Electronic Speedometer and Black Gauge Faces for 1967-1968 Mustangs.

New Vintage USA, a manufacturer of aftermarket gauges, has just released their 1967 Series gauges in a pre-assembled and pre-wired gauge package with looks inspired by the Muscle Car gauges of the 1960s, especially the 1967-1968 Mustang. Integrating graphics that capture the feel of the era, each gauge is hand-crafted in the USA and thoroughly inspected before shipping to ensure the highest quality.

The 1967 Series complete gauge assembly is a great plug and play package. Incorporated in a black, premium-finished, molded instrument panel with a chrome bezel, these gauges feature hand built construction that will bring authentic 60s and 70s style to your dash. All five gauge faces are black, with the tachometer and electronic speedometer gauges being 3-3/8" in diameter; all other gauges are 2-1/16" in diameter. This assembly contains everything necessary for installation, including turn signal and high-beam indicators.

Gauges Included in Complete Assembly:
- Speedometer: 140 MPH, Electronic
- Tachometer: 8K RPM
- Fuel Level: E-F
- Coolant Temperature: 100-250F
- Oil Pressure: 0-100 psi

Each gauge includes the required sending units for the temperature, oil pressure and fuel. Set-up is straight-forward, just splice the harness into your existing wiring, plug in the cluster and bolt the gauges in.

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Had to modify dash & gauge set
Not an easy drop in coversion, spent a full day plus trying to make it fit. Had to modify dash supports because the gauges were to deep, had to drill a 1"hole and bend the supports also had to cut long studs that protrude from the back of the gauges. Gauge set is a little too wide and tall so I had to bend and cut around the opening. Mounting tabs at top are not even close to where they need to be and couldn't bend and drill to make them work, ended up cutting the tabs off and cutting up my original gauge set and using thetop mounting tabs, lower mounting tabs had to be cut and modified as well. After all of this test fitting, the cheap reproduction instrument clusters paint wore off in spots, took the gauges off and repainted. I haven't tested the gauges yet, in the middle of restoration, I sure hope things are easier on that end.
Tim May 27, 2014
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