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    Factory Celebrity Tachometer

    Since I am in the process of selling the Celebrity locally, I removed the tachometer so another member here can enjoy it as much as I have over the years. I bought it from another member here back in 2004. It came from a V6 equipped Celebrity originally.

    I think it's safe to assume a price of $75 shipped would be fair?

    As far as payment, I would prefer Paypal.

    Last edited by Shadow26; 11-04-2011, 07:29 PM.
    1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 (2003-2011) - Sold
    2007 Chevy Impala 3.9 (2011-Current)

    #2
    Personally I think that's a high price, though granted it is a rare part. I wouldn't need it for my Celebrity since it is an automatic. If I was listing the part on eBay I'd start it a $30, maybe with a reserve of $40 if you really hate to let it go.

    George

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      #3
      I'd be willing to come down $50 if thats more reasonable.

      Ebay is more a last resort for me if I really need to sell it. But I'm not a big rush to sell it. Just figured someone here would appreciate it more, than some random person buying it on Ebay.
      1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 (2003-2011) - Sold
      2007 Chevy Impala 3.9 (2011-Current)

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        #4
        $50 is about the going rate. I wouldn't take any less than that IMHO.
        -Andy

        '86 Eurosport VR coupe
        '86 Eurosport sedan
        '88 Eurosport VR coupe
        '89 Eurosport wagon

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          #5
          Do they work on cars with the column shift?


          1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 MPFI , 68K Original Miles

          1997 Ford Ranger, 90K Miles

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            #6
            Originally posted by fred924 View Post
            Do they work on cars with the column shift?
            Yes, the Celebrity that I've had it in for the past 8 years is a column shift. Removed the gear selector and put the tachometer in its place.

            As far I know, pretty much all '87 and maybe(?) most '88 model year Celebrity's are pre-wired for the tachometer, the plug for it is usually tucked up behind the headlight switch on the dash.
            1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 (2003-2011) - Sold
            2007 Chevy Impala 3.9 (2011-Current)

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              #7
              '86-'88 are pre-wired for the tach.
              -Andy

              '86 Eurosport VR coupe
              '86 Eurosport sedan
              '88 Eurosport VR coupe
              '89 Eurosport wagon

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                #8
                Originally posted by Shadow26 View Post
                Yes, the Celebrity that I've had it in for the past 8 years is a column shift. Removed the gear selector and put the tachometer in its place.

                As far I know, pretty much all '87 and maybe(?) most '88 model year Celebrity's are pre-wired for the tachometer, the plug for it is usually tucked up behind the headlight switch on the dash.
                That's nice to know. Do you have to take the gear selector out though? Or can you put it somewhere else?


                1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 MPFI , 68K Original Miles

                1997 Ford Ranger, 90K Miles

                http://www.youtube.com/fred924

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                  #9
                  The tachometer will take place of the gear selector, can't have both.
                  1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 (2003-2011) - Sold
                  2007 Chevy Impala 3.9 (2011-Current)

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Shadow26
                    The tachometer will take place of the gear selector, can't have both.
                    Unless you have a console shifted car....or better yet a 5 speed!!
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                      #11
                      Gear indicators are for sissies. Real men are certain of RPM, but guessing what gear they are in
                      -Andy

                      '86 Eurosport VR coupe
                      '86 Eurosport sedan
                      '88 Eurosport VR coupe
                      '89 Eurosport wagon

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by 86euro View Post
                        Gear indicators are for sissies. Real men are certain of RPM, but guessing what gear they are in
                        LOL. My only reasoning for wanting to keep the gear selector is, its an original part of the car and I like to keep my cars as original as possible. I'm just surprised that I can't cut out the space underneath it, as it looks like it would fit. But yeah, you really don't need the gear selector.

                        I have to pay some bills this month, and if I have leftover money I will definitely buy this rare, original part from the OP.


                        1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 MPFI , 68K Original Miles

                        1997 Ford Ranger, 90K Miles

                        http://www.youtube.com/fred924

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                          #13
                          Still available if interested.
                          1987 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 (2003-2011) - Sold
                          2007 Chevy Impala 3.9 (2011-Current)

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                            #14
                            Shadow26 if you still got the celerity tach i want to buy it.

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                              #15
                              Quick question.
                              That trim part there does that fit onto a regular dash part? Like where the column shift indicator is? Or is that cover different? Also i am basing that question on a 1985 model year. If i would put one in mine theres 2 things
                              1 it doesnt look wierd and 2 no chopping dash parts

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