Do you want the bezel style that is in your picture? If yes, the only style installed in the Pantera is pictured below.

The sending units are very difficult to find and only work with the Veglia gauge.

You could have a VDO re-faced to match the Veglia gauge with the correct bezel to match your picture.

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Only Mangustas had this "Celsius only" black bezel Instrument. Panteras always used Chrome bezel "Fahrenheit only" or Fahrenheit and Celsius Instruments. My guess is, DT used a left over Instrument of a Mangusta in that car.
The temp sensor is still avaiable. It was used also in several Lancia Delta. The thread is M14x1,5.
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Originally posted by M.Welter:
Only Mangustas had this "Celsius only" black bezel Instrument. Panteras always used Chrome bezel "Fahrenheit only" or Fahrenheit and Celsius Instruments. My guess is, DT used a left over Instrument of a Mangusta in that car.
The temp sensor is still avaiable. It was used also in several Lancia Delta. The thread is M14x1,5.


Wrong , I see over the years also Longchamp's and Pantera's whit black besel gauges .
Maybe a special personal order from factory.
Look at the Picture above. The "Celsius only" Instrument has a flat black bezel. It is made from brass and then painted. Later Longchamp and Pantera had the more square Chrome bezel just black painted and all had the Fahrenheit and Celsius on the scale together.
good news, the bezels for "half V profile" (Mangusta and also the temp gauge shown for 2263) are easy to get (in Chrome for Fiat 124, at least). At most, just need paint. The "full v profile" bezel (Pantera) very likely can be shared with Smiths/Lucas/Yaeger 2" parts (bezel and glass). My bet is also that all the gauges used for temp or oil pressure are the same movement with just different Ink; so potentially, any other Veglia gauge can be re-inked and the needle re-painted--but better news, anything on a Pantera just might be available already. Wilkinson shows a variety of gauges starting at $120 and up to twice that...Getting the bezels neatly onto the gauges is something I expect to take some practice, but someone like North Hollywood Speedo just may have artwork already in place and also have a right match for the Veglia green used by DeTomaso, if you really must re-ink the dials...Lee
Yes and Hollywood speedo did the work. Here is a shot of a VDO full sweep mechanical gauge with Veglia colors. He did a oil pressure full sweep mechanical for the same dash. I am sure he could do what you need in the correct bezel style, color and gauge face if you can not find what you need.

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