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Toying with the idea of installing a small tach where the ammeter sits. I'd like to make it look as OEM as possible.

Anyone done this?
 

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Can't ever remember seeing a tach in that location, but it's a great place to convert to a voltmeter like P-51 said. I did my own and it almost looks like it came from the factory.
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^^ saw this in another post. Nicely done.

I spoke to Rocketman Bob. No tach option for that location from him. He's likely right it would be too small to be very useful.
 

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Its hard to beat the look of the '65 GT-350 setup but it will not work with a '66 padded dash, Somebody needs to make a '66 padded dash with a build in GT-350 gauge pod. My '66 GT-350 just has the tach screwed to the top of the dash. I wish they would have done something like they did on the 1965s.

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This gauge cluster will work on a '66
 

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Pictured is my solution to Tachometer fitment on my 66. I can still read my speed because the end of the Speedometer needle shows behind then column mounted Tach. Granted, I can't see the odometer but I don't care about that.

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