I don’t often get the opportunity to make colored gauge faces. I made some dark blue ones for a gentleman a couple months ago, but didn’t take any photos. When the order came in for these red gauges, I thought I’d take the opportunity to shoot them and blog about it before I packed them up and shipped them off.
Continuing from my last post, here’s the full, finished interior. It’s all photos. Tons of photos. Maybe too many photos… but I couldn’t help it.
Yes, more gauges. Lots of posts about them recently. I’ve just been making so many! They’re always on my mind. My latest set? Version GT-40. And as you might have guessed from the name, they’re inspired by the 40″ tall Le Mans-winning sports car. But spending six figures or more to sit behind them is […]
Yeah, I know. It’s 8:05, not 1. But after you see the next few pix, you might agree that 1 o’clock rocks pretty hard too.
The past few weeks of my life have been consumed by a single order. A big one. A customer asked for a complete interior design. This would tie together the OEM gauges, the HVAC cluster, and his AEM analog gauges.
February 4th, 2012 — Gauges
I make a lot of gauges. A lot. And I’m extremely pleased to get to do it. I making this stuff and helping folks enjoy their Roadsters even just a little bit more.
And sometimes I’m amazed at the projects people come up with and ask me to work on.
I revisit a gauge design from 2004 and Bucky gets a new set of gauges, just in time for Christmas!
In this post, I get to help out with a community race car build happening in Oregon. From the comfort of my own office!
Just a quick blog post to point you to the thing that has taken up most of my Saturday – the revlimiter.net NA Miata Gauge Face Install.
In between gauge face commissions, I’ve been working on a new set for myself. Sharka has been wearing his old gauges (called “Revolution”) since around April of last year. I’ve been feeling a little tired of them and craving something a little more vintage looking. Something flashy and yet minimalist. Something that really complemented my KG Works gauge cluster.
To borrow a line from Jeremy Clarkson: And here it is.