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Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
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[01/24/2002] Nordskog Receives Prestigious Award at SEMA


Oxnard, CA - Nordskog Performance Products, manufacturer of digital and analog gauges, was presented an award at the 2002 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Rod and Custom Magazine sponsored the award, recognizing Nordskog''s outstanding and innovative design achievement in a product primarily for 1958 and earlier Street Rods and Custom Cars. The panel of all-star judges used criteria such as innovation, technical achievement, quality and workmanship, and consumer appeal to help decide which recipient should receive the award.

The award was presented for Nordskog''s Direct Fit Panel Kit, a single gauge cluster that contains fuel level, temperature, speedometer, tachometer gauges, as well as left and right turn signal indicators, high beam indicator, low oil pressure warning light, and emergency brake indicator. Included in the kit are the necessary senders and a billet aluminum bezel for the gauge face. The Direct Fit Panel Kit includes a full lifetime warranty.

For more information on Nordskog Performance Products, visit their website at http://www.nordskogperformance.com or call 805-483-2411.

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