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71 - 74 Nova In Dash Tachometer Conversion Tach on 2040-parts.com

US $149.95
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Bryant, Alabama, United States

Bryant, Alabama, United States
71 - 74 NOVA IN DASH TACHOMETER CONVERSION TACH, US $149.95, image 1
Condition:New

1971-1974 NOVA CHEVY II IN DASH TACHOMETER
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REPLACE YOUR ORIGINAL CLOCK WITH A NEW 7000 RPM TACH WITH OUR IN DASH TACHOMETER CONVERSION. THIS UNIT FITS IN THE SAME HOLE AS THE ORIGINAL CLOCK. GET RID OF THAT "TACHY" STEERING COLUMN APPENDAGE AND THAT BROKEN CLOCK THAT DON'T WORK. THIS IN-DASH TACH IS ENGINEERED TO FIT INTO EXISTING DASH OPENINGS AND ARE DESIGNED WITH A FACTORY LOOK.



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