Classic Instruments’ New Direct-Fit Cluster For 1960-63 Chevy Trucks

World-famous Classic Instruments is at it again. The Boyne City, Michigan company just announced an all-new instrument upgrade for 1960-63 Chevy trucks.  This is a great way to bring your old GM truck into the 21st century with new, reliable, and accurate instrumentation. The cluster is all-electric and designed for a seamless, direct installation into your stock dash.

The new gauge cluster uses the existing factory bezel to maintain an authentic OEM look. Installation is a breeze. Included with the cluster are a snap-in wire harness, scratch-resistant acrylic lens, and all necessary sending units. Fuel sending problems are a thing of the past as the cluster features a unit selector switch to pair the cluster with the existing/factory fuel sending unit, no new sending unit is necessary.

Additionally, this all-new cluster includes Classic Instruments’ Zeus Speedometer Technology baked in right from the start with no external control boxes needed. Other goodies include a 12V quartz clock built into each cluster and crystal clear LED lighting provided by a hybrid lighting system, combining Classic Instruments’ Halo lighting and backlighting for perfectly balanced illumination.

Classic Instruments can tailor a cluster to your exact specs. We dig this unit with white face gauges and background.

The new cluster can be purchased from Classic Instruments direct or through any one of its authorized dealers. Classic Instruments has been handcrafting in America since 1977. The company offers a full line of catalog order instrumentation for a wide range of Ford and Chevy model cars and pick-up trucks, plus over 100 universal fit instruments.

The Classic Instruments’ line also includes many specialty items such as performance series instruments, Zeus speedometer technology, and Fuel-Link. Classic Instruments can build virtually anything through their dedicated Instrument Customization Unit. Whether it’s a direct-fit set, retro-fit, or complete custom their team is ready to help add “The finishing touch” to any project.

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