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are these gauges stock?
#1
Hey guys . Just wondering if these gauges in front of the shifter are original or aftermarket. They seem small. thanks for any info about anything you see here.


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brawler;21054 Wrote:Hey guys . Just wondering if these gauges in front of the shifter are original or aftermarket. They seem small. thanks for any info about anything you see here.

Hmmm not sure, but would say no thats where the clock goes
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#3
Might be, but who knows what year it is.
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#4
That's a pretty neat fit, look like they could be stock, first time I've ever seen something like that only seen a clock there before.

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#5
While a nice looking setup - they are definitely not stock.
Can you get a better (closer) pic. It reminds me of the factory gauges we had on a 427 Chevy Impala many years ago. Camaros and Novas had similar, too.

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whitesoc;21076 Wrote:That's a pretty neat fit, look like they could be stock, first time I've ever seen something like that only seen a clock there before.


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#6
I've only seen two things in that space; a clock and a delete plate/cover. Do these guages have Ford Oval or FoMoco writings on it? Interesting to see guages that small and a nice fit like that.
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#7
I TEND TO AGREE WITH BOSS 1. I HAD A 73 NOVA SS AND THOSE SURE LOOK FAMILIAR BUT CANT SWEAR IT.

FOUND THIS AT CLASSIC INDUSTRIES
http://www.classicindustries.com/nova/pa...52636.html
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#8
I think they look cool! Definitely better than the clock! LOL

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#9
here is a closer shot. I dont think they are original now that i look closer but they do fit well.


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#10
I don't think they are stock but it looks good.

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