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Default 1970 Z28 manual instrument cluster WIW?

1970 Z28 manual instrument cluster, 150 MPH and 6,500 rpm redline. Gauges and housing look good, wood grain bezel has some damage. I'm going tp put it up for sale any ideas on value? Thanks in advance.
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Stefano - IMO, the gauge cluster assembly as a separate item is in the $250-$300 range if nice. The issue holding the price down is the only unique item is the tach and a proper resto would have all components restored anyway...and 7k tachs can be re-screened and recalibrated to 8k during the resto. Another factor is whether any of the four cluster mounting tabs are broken, (common).

For the wood grained bezel, IMO, those with the rear defrost hole are worth less than those without. Value may depend on how much damage has been done to the woodgrain overlay versus the plastic bezel, but if restorable, (just some small cracks...no missing chunks of plastic, I'd put it in the $150-$175 range.

Hope this helps.
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Thank you and yes it does.
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