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70 Gauge Cluster

I have been considering going to the New Vintage USA gauges, however the more i look, the more people i see who are not super excited after getting them and installing them. So, I guess this is kind of a 2 part post. First, I see there are quite a few companies like the tach man who will rebuild the factory gauges I already have. Who is the best bang for your buck? I dont just want the cheapest, but i also do want to saw an arm and half a leg off to pay for it.

Part 2: I see several places will convert your amp gauge into a volt gauge, i think i will definitely go this route, however I also want an oil pressure gauge. I have another round gauge idiot light dash that has a large fuel gauge in it. I dont really care to have the clock in my dash, so has anyone swapped the clock for a large fuel gauge, and re-faced the small fuel gauge with an oil pressure gauge? I dont care that it is not original, as most of the car is not anyway. I assume the biggest thing that i would run into is the printed circuit board not having the correct connections.

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