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Hi guys,
While ago I did posted a question about Gauge cluster modification for 69/70 to accommodate the after market gauges. Some one led me to stangnet (corpse) who did the mod.
I did sit down and look at it and was kind of surprised, that I need to use the fiberglass and cut and saw. .......
I thought it have to be easier.
My modification does not need any nasty glue and cutting.
It can be reversed back to stock any time. Only what is add to the stock middle panel is 4 holes, which you cannot see anyway.
If any questions, PM me I'll answer them.
Mod can be really cheap, depends on gauges.
Here we go http://www.geocities.com/kvinkler/gauges/page_01.htm
it's on my WEB.
 

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Kevin, I'd be real interested in seeing what you did. However, you need to re-post your pics. They are all referencing the pics on your D: drive, not pics on the web somewhere. You can see them fine, but noone else can.
 

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Yes, it now works. Man, that is sweet. I just finished getting my '69 dash all working. Now you got me wanting to ditch it for the Autometer gauges!
 

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Very Nice.
 

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That looks great!!! I'm wondering about the electrical hook up. Since it doesn't look like you're using the original circuit board, any plans for making the harness that goes into the big plug?
 

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Thanx Guys.
Speedo is electric, I used the sender and mounted it on the firewall from inside. Then u ranning only the wires to the speedo.
I tried to think to modify it for the standard connector. But because my car is build as a hot rod, I'm rewiring all the car for the latest technology.
This will be task for someone else. It's not dificult to wire it to connector using original diagram with few mods, depends what gauges u using.
 

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nice work looks very profesional .I plan on installing autometer gauges on my mach 1 so I mailed your pic to myself for reference this has to be the best web site for information it;s helped me out alot. Keep up the good work
 
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