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Name Kane
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I understand that Chrysler brought this into Oz in the 1980s and did the RHD conversion at that point. Since we've had it, it's had a new crate hemi (5.7L), paint and interior.

Next step is to get the dash pad refurbed along with the instruments (which are from a VH Pacer I believe) - all of them work except for the tacho which is expected given the new engine and its differing signal (I've tested a digital one which does work so I will need to find someone who can pleasingly upgrade the existing tacho, keeping the same facia etc). Any tips on who might offer this type of service would be appreciated

Awesome cruiser.

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