I used Intellitronix 6 gauge panel. It's almost plug and play. The reciever is VeeThree Gps with 1/10 sec.update. My original speedo sender failed but a working one may work as you can calibrate the digital to almost any input. I just blacked out the other gauges.
Looks good! Of course what I really want is a graphical LCD which can replicate the original dials in high resolution. So like a fancy BMW digital dash except everything still looks like the cool Veglia Borletti gauge.
Especially since here in Australia, the tach needle tends to, well, melt.
Recently bought this. Don't find these everyday! I think it was last driven in 1990. Originally sold here in Atlanta area. I have the books and window sticker.
Picked this engine up a year ago from a teammate of mine. It turns but not sure about compression ( irrelevant at this point). So with nothing to do because the Wuhan Flu, I decided on cleaning it up and use it as “garage art”.
I didn't see that anyone has ever started an Alfetta Photo Thread.
So, since I backed my 76 Alfetta GT out of the garage today and thought I needed a picture of it on the snow in my driveway, we'll see if this catches on.