Ferrari 330GT Gauges

The gauges on the 330GT I’m restoring looked to be in pretty good shape except for some cosmetic issues like a dirty and fogged lens. The dirt would be easy to remove from the large gauges since the lenses were glass, but the fog was on the inside of the gauge.

To disassemble the speedo and tachometer of these cars required carefully prying back the tabs of the chrome ring. Care had to be taken not to overwork the tabs so I only bent back the tabs enough to release the lens, and then carefully bent back without snapping them off.

Besides the dirty lenses, the chrome surround was a little dirty, so I gave it a good cleaning and polishing.

The clarity was renewed on the Speedo!

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