Refurbished '65 Gauges (warning light style) - Vintage Mustang Forums

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Refurbished '65 Gauges (warning light style)

During the restoration of my '65 coupe last year, I refurbished the original gauge cluster (took it apart, gave everything a good cleaning, repainted the orange indicator needles, replaced the green and red lenses for the turn and high-beam indicators, and replaced the bezel with a Scott Drake repro). Gauges look perfect.

Now I've changed over to the GT style gauges, so I no longer need the old unit. All the gauges work perfectly, and the odometer reads 3,639 miles (which is how many miles are on my car since the restoration- I reset the odometer to 00000 while I had the unit apart).

As you can see, I have the back labeled. I knew it would be out for a while, so I labeled each of the wires and their location in the housing. I am including all the fixtures in the housing (including the voltage regulator). The bulbs are all new, and the gauges have worked perfectly. If desired, I can also throw in the used oil pressure and water temp senders that work with the warning lights, since I had to replace them with the senders that work with the 5 gauge unit.

Asking $100- plus $10 shipping. Email- (or just leave a PM here and I should see it within a day or so).

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'65 Coupe, Silver Smoke Gray, Std Red Interior, ENGINE: 200ci inline six, Offy 3x1 intake, HEI ignition, Classic Inlines dual header; TRANSMISSION: T5 5 speed, 3.55 8" rear; MISC: Chockostang front disc conversion, dual master, MB "Old School" 15" wheels
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