Hello all. Here's something I've been wondering about for a while. I've attached a photo of the temp gauge from my 1974 slant six powered Duster. This is what my temp gauge shows when the car is fully warmed up and operating at 70 mph. Does this look like yours? Does this look about right? Some specifics for my car: Totally stock engine, new high quality 195 degree thermostat, outside temperature was 30 degrees. Timing 10 degrees BTC, stock carb, auto trans. Gauge cluster professionally rebuilt and calibrated. New electronic voltage limiter in gauge cluster and new temp sensor in the cylinder head. If I'm doing the math correctly, straight up on the gauge would be 185 degrees. So if I'm running a stock 195 degree stat, I would think the temp needle would be about 1 1/2 needle widths to the right. It seems to be a bit more to the right than that. What do you think? Where does your temp needle stabilize at when fully warmed up? Thanks!