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Vintage Super Tach With Cup Sst-802 8,000 Rpm 8 Cyl 12 Volt No Sender Required on

US $159.99

Santa Cruz, California, US

Santa Cruz, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details:Returns accepted for 14 days for full refund of purchase price. Buyer pays shipping. Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Sun tachometer gauge gage guage tac tack tacometer Manufacturer Part Number:tackometer V8 muscle car rat Chevy Ford Mopar Interchange Part Number:Dodge Chrysler Plymouth Camaro Chevelle Nova Other Part Number:Mustang Cuda Charger Challenger Baldwin Motion Surface Finish:289 302 DZ 350 327 396 427 454 426 428 429 boss year:55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 Unit:Bonneville Salt Flat Gasser Hot Rod SCCA Trans AM

This is a vintage Sun Super Tach complete with chrome cup and mounting bracket. The model number is SST-802. This is a very nice period correct tach for the 50's-60's. The coolest part about this tach is there is no sending unit required. That's right, this is a direct connect tachometer for 8 cylinder, 12 volt applications. All you need is 12 volt power, ground, and one wire to the negative side of the coil.

This tach is in very good original condition as shown. The face is excellent with no damage or fading. The lens is real glass with no cracks or scratches and some debris on the inside as shown.  The front bezel ans mounting cup are nice with shiny original chrome that has some light freckling as shown . The bracket is the curved steering column mount type. If you need the flat dash style I would be happy to swap it out free of charge, just send me a request if you want the swap. This is simply a very nice vintage tach.

This unit has been tested and is in excellent working condition. There is a video of the test below. To watch the video, simply click on the play button in the picture below and the video will play right here on the auction screen.

This is your chance to own the tachometer you have been dreaming of for your special car or collection as a great price! Don't Miss Out!

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