Here's the original '68 cluster compared to the new Classic Instruments option. The water-temperature and oil-pressure gauges are swapped end for end in the Classic piece, so that might take a little getting used to when scanning the gauges. The fuel level now resides in the center, where the optional clock was located. You might notice that Classic Instruments uses a '67 housing. While functionally the same (and it will install in a '68), the owner of our '68 project preferred the '68 housing. Luckily, his was new. We simply modified it to work with the Classic Instruments hardware. Classic Instruments offers the '68 housing, as well as the brushed-aluminum and woodgrain deluxe interior versions, for a slight upcharge through its custom build program.