i also wanted the cobalt gauges but i decided to get the z series with blue light covers, they have more of a muscle look and i would rather have an 8k tach cause i dont need those last 2k like the chop-stick cars
I was taking a look at the Stewart Warner guages today, they are cheaper and! they come with green boots for the led's so i might just do that after all and i think i woudl save about 200 bucks on goign with them, which were my 1st choice on guages a few years back.
6469mopar, what size is your heater control cut out? i really like that dash, thats the one i'm thinking of getting. the problem is the web site says the heater controls are cut out for an aftermarket set-up, and i would like to use the factor heater controls.
It depends on the dash...customs are going up around double, we loose money on every custom we do at this point. It's amazing when you stop, look around and figure all the costs involved to figure out why things aren't as they should be, then find out we're actually paying to have dashes in people's cars....not a good thing for those in business.
I have two A-1's (plain)
one A-2 (plain)
one A-3 (plain)
one A-4 plain and one with heater bezel only
one A-5 plain
one A-6 with heater and radio
one A-7 with heater and radio
one A-8 plain
Plain means no heater or radio. Any of these dashes can ship with glove box cover to glove box delete.
I also have one A-12 for 67-69 model years, it's powder coated Black Wrinkle and has and extra switch location on the right side and an extra indicator light location above the center gauge. I'd let it go for $300.00 plus shipping ($25.00)
these prices don't include options:
A-1's are going to $460.00
A-12 $460.00 (the A-12 is a shortened A-1 so it's more work for us for a shorter dash)
These are approximates but the final pricing will be on the web site Tuesday night late.
Once the pricing is changed that's it...and we're closed from this coming Wednesday until the second. So now through Tuesday on the current pricing.