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  1. sd331c
    08-02-2020 12:42 PM
    sd331c
    Hello Peter this id Don you helped me out with a turning lite issue. Thank you. Now I have a question about a knock in the 400 motor just started. And I am wondering if I send you a video of it running with valve cover off and maybe you could point me in the right direction? Pasinger side bank,replaced lifters, cam is good, Knock is still there, goes away when I rev it up. and then comes back. Don
  2. Peter Serio
    03-26-2020 12:13 PM
    Peter Serio
    I would have to see the tach here in front of me in order to test it. That tach was not made to last forever & often they go bad over time. Another thing that happens to them is they will become inaccurate. So they should be tested for accuracy if you've installed a new rebuilt engine. One thing to keep in mind a tach for your car that has one wire that pluges into the back of it is for a car with the original points ignition. A one wire plug-in factory tach will NOT work if you are removed the original points and replaced those with a new electronic module ignition set-up such as Pertronix or Mallory. You can call me, my phone # is 614-258-3500
  3. GTO 68
    03-26-2020 11:54 AM
    GTO 68
    Hi Pete, I have a 1966 GTO with a factory tachometer that does not work. When I got the car, the previous owner had a Chevrolet engine in it. I have installed a Pontiac engine. I purchased the AMES tachometer wiring harness M11095 kit. I connected it to the negative coil and feed it through the firewall to connect the the male brown wire plug to the tachometer female brown wire plug. The tachometer lamp bulb works so it is getting power through the wiring harness. Can you share any thoughts from your vast experience on what the problem is ?
  4. Peter Serio
    03-09-2020 12:49 PM
    Peter Serio
    Yes I do, You can call me, my phone # is 614-258-3500

    thank you, Pete
  5. lucky1
    03-08-2020 07:47 PM
    lucky1
    Hi, would you have a speedometer for a 65 Gto for sale ?

    Thanks.
  6. Peter Serio
    05-13-2019 12:18 PM
    Peter Serio
    Hi, from a car I parted out about 15 years ago I saved the brackets that go to the rear guards. They fit in behind the rear steel painted body underneath the bumper and hold the lower part of the guards. They bolt to the frame rail. One bolt per each side. If you want to EM me direct my EM address is:

    pserio@columbus.rr.com I have some other parts, they are from a '63 Lemans.
  7. firefour1
    05-13-2019 11:26 AM
    firefour1
    Hi Peter, am seeing an old post about 63 LeMans bumper guard brackets. Do you have any parts for the front / rear bumper guards?

    Thanks, Kyle
  8. fatindian
    03-19-2019 09:34 PM
    fatindian
    Hey peter , I just acquired a set of 68 gto gauges from ponch joe and he recommended to send them to you to have them recalibrated,what address do I need to send them to ?
    thanks,Rick
  9. dlloyd
    11-04-2018 02:57 PM
    dlloyd
    Hi Peter, thanks very much for information on installing my lens in rally Gauge. Can you sell me some of your strip-caulk. Also, I would like to buy the correct screws for mounting the gauges in my new dash bezel I bought from Ames.
    Is it possible to buy a rebuilt speedometer for my rally gague set? I am also looking for a courtesy lamp bracket for my 65 GTO.
    Thanks,
    David
  10. Peter Serio
    09-25-2018 02:07 PM
    Peter Serio
    Hi Rick, I would be happy to take a look at those for you. I would like to see photos of your set first. It's hard to give a price, condition varies from set to set. It all depends on what they need. How many miles are on the car these came out of? My EM address is: pserio@columbus.rr.com

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    Columbus, OH 43209 USA
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