Gauge cluster worth anything

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  1. Lee45

    Lee45 Member

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    I'm not super familiar with identifying the years of gauge clusters but a while back I picked up this cluster from some soldier stationed here with this ugly bondo mess of camaro. Originally had a 130 speedo but since my car is a 70 I had the 150 and swapped it out, thought the 8k tach was odd. I've just had it in my car for the sake of having it and recently installed an external tach because it bothered me to no end that the factory tach is off by as much as 500 rpms....
     

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    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Factory 70-71 Z28 tach and speedo.
     
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    Twisted_Metal Administrator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Exactly... Amp gauge too ( instead of Volts)

    Yes, it’s worth something to someone restoring (or cloning) an early 2nd gen Z28.
     
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    70 SS/L78 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    130 mph speedo was used in 1972 and later gauge clusters. What is the RED line on the tach? 1970-72 Z28's had a 6500 rpm redline and are the most desirable.
     

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