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Corvette Gauge, Voltmeter, 1977 on 2040-parts.com

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Golden, Colorado, United States

Golden, Colorado, United States

Here's a used original voltmeter gauge correct for '77 Corvette.  This is a one year only instrument unique to the model year.

This gauge came from a running car and comes with a no-DOA warranty.  The picture of the rear of the guage shows its factory original calibrating resistor was preserved when it was removed from the donor instrument cluster.  Compare to catalog prices of $125+ and enjoy the saving!

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