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Hey all. I'm selling the gauge cluster I bought a little less than 5 months ago.
When the boxed showed up to my house, the upper left tab was broken. The box was dented, looked like it was dropped. DAMN USPS. Well anyways, it didn't affect performance at all. I do have the other piece in the garage. I was just going to glue it back together, but I was just to lazy and never did it. I will include it with the sale if wanted. :)

Here is the original Thread, as it still has pictures of it there too.

I am putting the interior of my car back to stock, and going to be customizing different things, and I no longer have a need for this cluster. Everything works great, all dummy lights work and are repositioned to work with our TBIRD. It's a Plug-N-Play deal. My car is a 1997.

The custom gauge face's is from Scott, and look to be in alright shape. Reeve's told me when I purchased it that I should probably look into getting new faces soon, but these were fine to me. Light was great, and visibility of all the number's was excellent too.

My father took my camera for the weekend, so I only have my Blackberry to take pictures of the cluster at the current moment, so here they are.

**NOTE** Yes you will be getting that silver back-ground bezel, the one in the pictures below, because that is the one I requested from him when I bought it, and that's what the cluster came shipped to me with.

I am asking $70.00 shipped to your door anywhere in the USA





 

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Ladies and Gentlemen, the white plastic gauge housing can be replace or you can plug the gauges in the existing cluster of your Bird or Cougar. If anyone buys this cluster and has installation questions, just PM me and I'll help you out. If you live reasonably close to me, I'll come over to help you install these goodies as I have these gauges with custom gauge faces from Scott H.

Oh, I can also show you how to change all your gauge lights to LEDs. They make a HUGE difference, use less power, and make less heat.
 
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