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Old 06-19-2014, 01:48 PM   #1
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Any folks out there know of a local speedo repair shop. I have a 1964 Speedometer that is working but the odometer has failed. Like to get this working again. Thanks
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Any folks out there know of a local speedo repair shop. I have a 1964 Speedometer that is working but the odometer has failed. Like to get this working again. Thanks
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I see you are in San Diego.. Another option is "Corvettes of Maryland, West".
http://www.csofmdwest.com/

They did all the gauges in my 61.. Very good work.

I didn't like the idea of shipping those gauges. They are in Palm Springs (a nice spirited drive through the mountains for us - but I took the C5!)

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I second Corvette Specialties - Brian Tilles is excellent - he has done several clusters for me and several friends as well. Most importantly, he has the test equipment and all of the very small repair parts to get the job done right. While the cluster is out of the car, it's a good time to check everything. The trip odometer is a common point of failure in these midyears. After Brian showed me how they work, I have a much better understanding of why they fail!

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Valley Vettes in San Diego did all my gauges in my '64, very nice work.
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