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Never heard of them until now. Guessing their core business is industrial temperature and other gauges and moved to automotive. I like their '60's Muscle 270* sweep stepper motor gauges... not cheap though but the stepper is the way to go nowadays.
 

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I have never heard of them, but certainly priced right for what you get. Hope that does not mean cheap. I have always gone with Autometers but your won’t get a set for that price. If you pick them up let us know what you think of them.
 

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The member here, Hyepo 66, I think, who makes a nice 6 dial cluster, uses Marshall with his packages. Useta use Speedhut gauges.
Marshall doesn't seem to have anything other than a 10K tach. I'd rather have the definition of a 6K.
I'll use Speedhut when I get to the dash.
 

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I use Marshal liquid filled fuel pressure gauges on my EFI system on one of my other classics....nice gauges.

I have their 0-15 psi gauge on my return line, and their 10-100 psi gauge on my inlet line.
 

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I also got one of the small fuel pressure gauges on my EFI. Have been working perfect. Back when buying, I remember there were gauges lookng the same just with another brand on it. Meaning that Marshall probably buy from outside manufactors and just get there own brand on the instruments.
 

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I have a set of Marshal Bluelines...love them, Full sweep, LED lighting and stepper motor movement...they are great...far better than your average Autometer
 

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I like the look, but there aren't many 6 gauge sets out there with a 4-5" speedo/tach. Lots with a 3 3/8" combo, but I don't think that would look right in the stock bezel at all, I know I will have to modify it for the bigger gauges anyway, but the smaller ones wouldn't look good I don't believe.
 

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I like the look, but there aren't many 6 gauge sets out there with a 4-5" speedo/tach. Lots with a 3 3/8" combo, but I don't think that would look right in the stock bezel at all, I know I will have to modify it for the bigger gauges anyway, but the smaller ones wouldn't look good I don't believe.
True...in a 67-68 they wouldn't look right...but they work well in the smaller 65-66 bezel. Marshall does sell Comp II LED gauges in a 5" Speedo and Tach though, too bad the rest of that series aren't full sweep like the Bluelines
 

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I've done speedhut on two vehicles now. absolutely recommend them! Made in the US and great to deal with. Quality is top notch...no complaints whatsoever. tach and speedo available in 3 3/8".
 

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I almost bought some of those for my 67. But with a little searching I pieced together a full set of Autometer Phantom gauges for the same price.
 

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I have a set of "60's Muscle" Marshall gauges on my 66. Very nice. The installation is straightforward but somewhat complex with a lot of wires behind the gauges to manage.
 

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I'm running one of their liquid filled fuel pressure gauges. Seems nice enough and works as it should.
 
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