Video: A Closer Look At Classic Dash’s Elite Series Complete Dash Kits


Kits are undoubtedly the way to go when it comes to the more involved aspects of a renovation or restoration. Things like suspension kits, brake kits, and transmission swap kits make it so you don’t have to comb through the catalog to pick out each and every gasket, bushing, or bracket. The time saved from not having to select individual components can add up in a hurry. Furthermore, buying everything at once can usually save some significant coin as well.

Classic Dash’s new Elite Series kits are the perfect way to enlighten your instrument cluster with minimal agitation. In a recent video posted to Facebook, Steve went over all the included goodies to show just how complete the component list really is.

Spread out on the table are a dash panel, six gauges, a wiring harness with pre-assembled connectors, terminals, heat shrink tubing, a trip odometer button, LED connectors, a GPS for the speedometer, sending units for water and oil, and, of course, instructions.

That’s a pretty good running start for a full-scale instrument cluster face lift. The harness is sure to be a headache-saver with ring terminals that take care of lighting, signal, ground, and ignition power. The GPS module plugs right in to the back of the speedometer with its sealed connector. Say goodbye to picking at a project bit-by-bit with a Classic Dash tailor-made kit.

Elite Series Complete Dash & Gauge Kit

The new Elite Series Complete Dash & Gauge Kit from Classic Dash is everything you need to take your cockpit from worn to wow in afternoon.☑️ Dash☑️ Gauges – including a self-contained GPS enabled speedometer!☑️ Wiring harness☑️ Senders☑️ Five-year warranty!One kit, one part number is all you need to install a set of Elite Series gauges in your ride! #classicdash #musclecars #classictruck #streettruck #chevy #ford #MOPAR #pontiac

Posted by Classic Dash on Friday, August 21, 2020

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Kent Will

Kent Will

News Editor Kent grew up in the shop with his old man and his '70 Charger R/T. His first car was a 1969 Super Bee project when Kent was fourteen. That restoration experience lead to pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering and a career in manufacturing. Since then, the garage has expanded to include a '67 Satellite, a '72 Scamp, and a 2010 Mopar '10 Challenger.

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