Jay HalfDork
6/9/08 1:45 p.m.

Does anyone know what cars use this gauge cluster? It came out of my Elan, but I'd like to find a new one in a junkyard or something. It's stamped GM and Delco all over, made in England:

Note that the blue faces are aftermarket. (Elans come with red lettering on black stock.) LHD and RHD clusters are apparently identical. Lotus really raided the GM parts bin for this car so I can't imagine it didn't come in something else.



John Brown
John Brown GRM+ Memberand SuperDork
6/9/08 2:10 p.m.

Looks GrandAmish can you get me the numbers on the tag on the third pic down?

jrw1621 New Reader
6/9/08 3:26 p.m.

Is that from a new GTO? I know that the bezel color on GTO's matched the exterior color.

Edit: Not GTO. Close with the color but different:

JFX001 HalfDork
6/9/08 3:58 p.m.

I'm thinking Opel Vectra A, Astra F,Calibra....


16vCorey Dork
6/9/08 4:51 p.m.

It does have a pontiac style layout, but being that it was made in England, I'd guess it's from a Vauxhall or Opel.

16vCorey Dork
6/9/08 4:56 p.m.

Oh, another thing that makes me think it's not from a domestic market GM is that I can't think of anything that we got from GM in the early 90's that had a 7k red line and a 160mph speedo.

ignorant SuperDork
6/9/08 5:04 p.m.

a lotus elan..

ProDarwin Dork
6/9/08 5:06 p.m.

That looks very Pontiac-ish. Its entirely possibly its a factory cluster with different gauge faces for the 6.5K redline and 160mph speedo. Although it wouldn't surprise me at all to see that straight out of a Grand Am. Maybe the weird turbo grand am/grand prixs they made?

Carson Reader
6/9/08 5:50 p.m.

Vauxhall/Opel Calibra

Do I win something?

edit: JFX001 wins, I didn't see that before. But I showed pictures!

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