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Is that your Dodge cop car engine bay Trevor???
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They do exists!
Salut, from the lip on the inside of the rear valance…..it does not protrude past the bumper..not even close.
There’s the DuPont color production records that break down color & number of cars produced…..excluding 99/999 vehicles….FYI.
A good candidate for the Survivor class, if the paint is original etc. It appears to have been a very fair deal, well bought/well sold.
Take it apart and rebuild it. 90% of the time the contacts just need to be cleaned.
I don't think the "visor" on the tachometer is original equipment; it was most likely added to the tachometer.
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@Chrome58 Here are the “catalog” gauges you were asking about.
They do exist, but are difficult to...
Yes. I’ve seen one.
There is only one tachometer in the option catalog.
It is intended to be mounted in the car, wherever the owner desires...
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As close as you will ever get.
One of the best quality of reproduction parts made that I’ve ever seen. These are not “off shore” junk.
Made by hand.
Made in USA
Made by MoPar...
There was no implication “the old guy” was wrong.
He is wrong. Full stop.
“Imp set up”…if it’s original writing on the Broadcast Sheet are...
Cool! Nice effort on the car!