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Corvette Gauge, Ammeter, 1968-71 on 2040-parts.com

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Golden, Colorado, United States

Golden, Colorado, United States

Here's a used original ammeter correct for '68-71 cars that have factory original green tint numbers on black background.  This one's in average used cosmetic condition due to a few blems in the face plates' black background paint that need touch-up.

Gauge comes with factory original cluster mounting insulator and electrical hookup terminals.  It's been fully bench tested and verified to be in good working conditions.  So, get a no-DOA warranty with it!  Compare to catalog prices of $95 and enjoy the saving!

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