Scott Drake Instrument Panel LED Bulb Set for 1965 Mustangs with Lamps.
Mustang dash lights are quite dim from the factory--upgrade your 1965 Mustang with Scott Drake's SD-6456-GA-BLLED Instrument Panel LED Bulb Set!
Brighter lights in your gauge cluster will help you keep an eye of critical engine vitals. If you can't see your speedometer, you run the risk of speeding and getting pulled over. A set of LED gauge cluster bulbs is a lot cheaper than a speeding ticket. Not only do LEDs look better than incandescent bulbs, but they will keep you and your Mustang safe. Scott Drake's LED kit is a great way to update your interior with better lighting making it a joy to drive at night again. Since it's from Scott Drake, you know that the premium materials they use on their parts ensure that they're durable for years to come.
Scott Drake Set Includes:
- Five Blue 1895 Bulbs
- One Red 1895 High Beam Bulb
- Two Red 1895 Bulbs
- One FAL Switch Bulb
Tech Tip: This kit reuses your existing gauges. Simply replace the old bulbs.
This simple upgrade brings safety to you and your Mustang. With a brighter gauge cluster, you will be able to monitor engine details in case any mechanical failure should arise. Obeying the speed limit is quite hard when you can see how fast you are going. Scott Drake's LED bulb kit is a great way to update your interior with better lighting making it a joy to drive at night again.
*This LED kit fits instrument bezels that use the long speedometer and lamps instead of gauges.
Order this Scott Drake SD-6456-GA-BL Instrument Panel LED Bulb Set for your 1965 Mustang with Lamps from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Product ReviewsWrite a review
Will I encounter any problems in removing the instrument panel on my 1968 Mustang? It looks pretty simple, but I don't want any surprises.
Will this set work for my 67 instrument panel?
Can I order white LED bulbs for my 1965 Ford Mustang? If so what is the part number.
Scott Drake: SD-6456-GA-BL - do these come in all white lights for my 1965 Mustang? I purchased blue LED but they are not bright enough.
Do these LEDs "dim" via the light switch just like the typical incandescent instrument bulbs? Thanks
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