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03-12-2011, 02:53 PM #1
crazy azz cross references for my van....
ok guys, if you should happen to go out and buy yourselves a sweet vintage p20 to restore, heres a little weird trivia for ya......
a '77 p20 step van uses the gauge cluster for a 63-65 nova gt/chevy II, lol
heres my speedo....right out of the nova.....
heres my gauges, in idiot light form, and with needles.....
can anyone tell me if this means a wiring harness from these year novas are what i will need to track down should i decide to replace it ??? at least i know the dash wiring is the same, lol......ONE MORE BUSTED KUCKLE AND I WILL HAVE A COMPLETE SET:grrrrrr:
03-12-2011, 10:26 PM #2
well, i didnt so much mean cluster as to the gauges themselves, the clusters are totally differentONE MORE BUSTED KUCKLE AND I WILL HAVE A COMPLETE SET:grrrrrr:
03-13-2011, 04:15 AM #3
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That speedo looks like the same one they used in a '65 Chevelle too, but I don't remember the guages looking like that. X2 on Caddi & the wiring harness. '65 to '77 is just too many years different for a wiring harness to match up. Plus I doubt if the Nova harness would be long enough even if it did have all the right connectors & proper guage wireing.1988 Chevy C-3500 2wd (no pic)
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