Gauge Marks "Customer's Cars"

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    CTZ gauges 7-2-18.jpg
     
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    Brand new again.
    Looks like you decided to zero out the odo. How many miles did it have?
     
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    ...no clue. it was a drag car. But I talked to the guy who bought it in '74 and turned it into a dedicated drag car. He remembers the car having approximately 16k miles on it at that time. When I got it, there was a dash pad and an aluminum plate for a gauge bezel...but no gauges. Since the original gauges were gone and it's a complete nut-n-bolt resto, I figured starting at zero was appropriate....although, for a moment, I was tempted to have Daniel dial in 1970.0 miles, (I don't buy into that whole 1970 1/2 mess). but, I'll be sure to snap a pic when the odo rolls over to 1970 miles :)
     
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    Well after you are done it will be brand new anyway.
     

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