1966 66 Chevy Caprice Impala Console Gauge Cluster Package. Nice Bezel on 2040-parts.com
South Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Console gauges for 1966 impala & caprice. I disassembled cleaned all parts glass bezel inside parts then reassembled. This setup ONLY came in 1966 cars not 65 or 67. The plastic housing had some repairs made then repainted black. I just changed out the chrome bezel and gauges with a much nicer bezel has very few pits NOT broken that has been polished and looks very good. Again it was polished not replated. The gauges has some freckles in the semi black background and are untested. This is how all 1966 gauges are supposed to look, not like the one's with the top bezel broken off that some try and pass off as original. Comes with a homemade reinforcement plate. please read description and view all pictures to make sure this item will work for you before bidding. Remember to check if you have an ebay coupon to use to purchase this item. ships for $20.00 in the CONTINENTAL USA. NO USPS shipping. Please email all questions before bidding. Thanks for looking.
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