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I've read several posts regarding Autometer gauges (speedo's, tachs, and misc gauges). I'm the proud new owner of a '68 327 M20 rag top with no gauges at all. I was thinking about buying the tic toc tach and console gauge packages. Anyone done this? What are the pro's and con's? What's the benefit of going with the Autometer gauges?

Thanks in advance for all the advice. Just reading the old posts has been extremely helpful!!

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I replaced all of my gauges (dash and console) with Autometers and love them. Pretty easy install. Do a search and you shouild find a topic with pictures that I posted from the dash gauge install.

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<A HREF="http://www.camaroclubkc.com/rs1968ss.htm" TARGET=_blank>68 RS/SS BB ragtop
</A>RWHP: 329.4 RWTQ: 398.9
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I think your first decision would have to be how correct and original you want your car to be. If you want it to be correct, then you need to use the correct guages. If your not concerned with originality, the autometer guages would work fine.
 

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I used the electric with the sender that attached to the tranny. Works great and was easy to install. Plus you can calibrate to your wheel/tire/gear combo with the push of a button!

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Cars:
<A HREF="http://www.camaroclubkc.com/rs1968ss.htm" TARGET=_blank>68 RS/SS BB ragtop
</A>RWHP: 329.4 RWTQ: 398.9
63 Nova II ragtop
Club:
Camaro Club of Kansas City
 
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