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I am building a custom dash for my 72, where is the best and cheapest place to get autometer gauges?

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Actually, this may be a tougher question/answer-post than you want to know (We noticed no one has replied yet).

Summit has/was the lowest (NO DISCOUNT), however, Jeg's matched their price, and we went with Jeg's.

We buy quite a few items from OPG, and when Judy and I were in So. Cal. a couple of weeks ago to purchase some items from them, they personally stated to us that they would have matched the price(s) on our Auto Meter guages.

Others might do the same? Who will chime in?

Hope this helps.


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Thanks for the offer Randy but I am doing mine a little bit different.

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Randy,
What year is you template for? i have a 65 chevelle and i have been thinkin that might be neater/nicer if i make it myself.
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My template is for a 70 to 72 Malibu. It's used to convert the sweep style speedo to Autometer Street Rod Series gauges. It retains the row of idiot lights beneath the speedometer, which allows you to retain the stock turn signal indicators.
 
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