Any speedo shop should be able to make up a cable given the length and end fitting style. A good shop will know or be able to look up the info at least on the end style, and you should be able to provide a close=enough length by measuring a path from speedo through the firewall hole to the fitting on the transmission, leaving plenty of allowance for sweeping curves. Too short is no good but a few inches extra should not be a problem.
The cable is probably the same as 95/96. If you run across an old cable, no matter how damaged, a shop would know what to make and may be able to use the end fittings. If you have a good sheath with ends, a shop can easily make the core or there are kits from the carparts to make your own.
Palo Alto Speedometer (google it) is an excellent shop that does lots of mail order if you have no one local to help you.
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