Jim Smart
October 31, 2013

If you're in a funk over the gloomy nature of factory Mustang instruments, Dakota Digital has something exciting called VHX Series instrumentation for classic Mustang instrument bezels. VHX is a cool analog retrofit instrument system you can install in your '65-'70 Mustang in a matter of hours. The nice thing about Dakota Digital's VHX system is that no cutting or modifications are required. You don't even have to cut into your Mustang's factory wiring harness.

The Dakota Digital VHX for '69-'70 Mustang retails for $795 plus applicable taxes and shipping charges. What you get for your money is fully lighted needles, backlit instrument faces, highly visible LCD message centers, and brightly lit instrumentation. The VHX is born of today's precision technology where nothing is left to chance. You get micro-controlled precision stepper motors, solid state sensors, and user customizable display feedback. Even better, it's developed and manufactured in the U.S. in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

1. Because ’69-’70 Mustang dashboards are modular in nature, disassembly is easy using a Phillips screwdriver, which gets the pad first.

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19. These are A and B instrument calibration switches, which can be hidden from view or installed in plain sight. The choice is yours.

Three Generations, Three VHX Clusters

Dakota Digital offers VHX clusters for '65-'70 Mustangs and they all function the same way with a control module. Available as either Silver Alloy or Carbon Fiber faces, all are priced at $795 plus shipping and taxes. Bezels are extra.

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