Chevy Silverado 1500 Automatic Transmission without Transmission Temperature Gauge 1999-2000, Daytona Edition Gauge Face Kit by US Speedo®. The instrument panel is the final frontier for customizing your car. US Speedo's Daytona Gauge Faces are a simple way to make your instrument panel your own. Kit includes: polycarbonate gauge face, needle removal tool and full installation instructions.
- Screen printed on polycarbonate plastic
- Mirrors all factory data
- Lights and icons match OEM color and placement
- Does not include new needles
- Needle removal tool included
US Speedo's gauge face overlays replace the stock gauge faces on your instrument panel in a half-hour or so. All of the factory information is available, the lighting is unchanged, and all of the idiot lights and indicators light up in the original icons, colors and positions. The part of your car that you look at more than any other is, of course, the instrument panel. So expend some of your bling budget on impressing yourself, not all those boneheads down at the Dairy Queen. Seriously, most custom cars still have the stock instrument panel, even if you've added a few extra gauges. Take a half hour and upgrade your gauge faces to reflect your style, not some brownshoe art director who's designing cars to the least common denominator. US Speedo's Daytona Edition gauges are screen printed on polycarbonate plastic, and will last as long as your OEM gauges, because that's how the factory does it.
Located in Flint Michigan, US Speedo® is the leading manufacturer of OEM quality gauge restyling products. From simply repairing speedometers, they began to supply converted gauges for people who wanted to import metric-gauged cars into the USA, which requires MPH, not KPH speedos. That small market transitioned into nation-wide orders for unique restyled color gauges on most popular vehicles! Soon after, they invented and patented the stainless steel gauge face, which has evolved into even more dramatic designs such as the Aqua Edition and Aqua Mariner. US Speedo also pioneered the popular designer NewKeyFob shells, which are sold nation-wide.