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For Your 1968-'70 B-Body: Repro Rallye Dash Panels From Classic Thunder Road

Classic Thunder Road, repro '68-'70 B-Body Rallye dash
Posted February 21 2013 08:00 AM by Scott Ross 
Filed under: Miscellaneous, SCOTT ROSS

Classic Thunder Road's repro '68-'70 B-Body Rallye dash panel

Got a midsize '68-'70 Plymouth or Dodge, and you want to replace the OEM horizontal speedometer and idiot-light cluster with real gauges? Or, do you have a same-vintage Charger, GTX, Coronet R/T, Super Bee or Road Runner with the Rallye dash that was standard or a factory (RPO A62) option, and you want to restore--or update--it?

Come on in for more about Classic Thunder Road's new repro Rallye dash panels for '68-'70 B-Body Mopars...




 
Classic Thunder Road has developed a new three-piece door-to-door instrument panel for 1968-’70 GTX, Charger, Coronet R/T and Super Bee models, as well as the 1970 Road Runner and Superbird.

Classic Thunder Road's repro '68-'70 B-Body Rallye dash panel

Developed as direct replacements for the original dashes, Classic Thunder Road offers them in three finishes: Matte black, brushed aluminum or carbon fiber. They're all manufactured from high quality ABS composite, and available with or without gauges and a wiring harness.

These new panels accept AutoMeter's 3 3/8-inch diameter speedometer and tachometer, and their 2 1/16-inch water temperature, oil pressure, fuel level and volt meter gauges. The most popular AutoMeter gauges provided include their electrically-powered American Muscle and Ultralite styles. The Ultralite is also available as mechanically-operated.

Of particular interest are Classic Thunder Road’s own High Velocity or Concours gauges. The Concours range is a low-cost line, while the High Velocity is a programmable series that offers several interesting features including peak recall on the tachometer. Both styles are of high quality, their chief advantage lies in their economy.

GET IT: Classic Thunder Road, (866) 882-3525, www.classicthunderroad.com, www.classicdash.com.



(Courtesy Classic Thunder Road)





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