Auto Meter 3780 Silver 0-8,000 Rpm Sport-comp Series Tachometers on 2040-parts.com
Oakland, California, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:ATM3780
USEDAuto Meter Sport Comp Tachometer
NOTE: I can't locate the rest of the mounting hardware but I'm sure you can get it from Auto Meter separately. I'll keep looking for it but as of now what you see in the pics is what you get.
Removed from an old school Honda Civic... I believe it was a 92 or 93 hatchback. Was working before it was removed about 12 years ago, it's been sitting in a box of parts ever since then. Please note that some of the wires are cut shorter than others and you can see it in one of the pics. Let me know if you need more pics.
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