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Is this company in Oxford, MA. or N. Kingstown, RI.?
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https://www.instrument-specialties.com/contact/

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Is this company in Oxford, MA. or N. Kingstown, RI.?

North Kingston, RI
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Is the owner Mike Mancini a member of this Yenko Forum? Anyone ever have work done by this company?
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yes... excellent work had the gauge cluster for my 69 Chevelle done
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Great Guy, Mike. I rebuild all horns on cars he restores.
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Yes , had them do a few . Have the cluster to my 68 biscayne there now . But as with anything restored to perfection , expect a lengthy wait .
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Initially, I had some issues on a non-OEM gauge restoration, but Mike came through & I was very satisfied in the end.
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Of course - as with all restorations - always get a “not to exceed” (plus parts) estimate in writing before giving your car to anyone.
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