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I'm adding the finishing touches to the restomod of my '65 fastback. I want to keep a little better track of the new 302 that we installed, so the stock '65 gauge panel isn't going to cut it. I'm thinking about using the Haneline gauge panel with a full set of Autometer phantom gauges. Has anyone used one of these panels? How is the quality. Price seems a little high for a cast plastic piece, but that other company that makes the billet aluminum dash is way too high for my taste. Thanks in advance.
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Yes I have the Haneline Dash and Gauges and they look great.
I get lots of compliments on them. However the electric speedo they use seems to be way too touchie and doesn't work well. It bounces all around. The other gauges seem to work fine. I like them.

Here is LOTS of photos and details for you about my installation of them http://www.inficad.com/~moneymanager/rewiring.htm

Doc the moneymanager
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Thanks Doc,
I was planning on ordering just the panel and using AutoMeter gauges with a mechanical speedo. So, hopefully, your problem with the speedo is restricted to the Teleflex unit. The engine turned panels look good on both cars. I guess that's the way I'll go.
Ken
 
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