Gauges came in and I got them installed over the last couple nights. Actually I got them last week but the temp gauge slipped out of my hand and the face of the brand new gauge shattered on the ground. So I had to order another one. Sucks. After cleaning up some awful wiring under the hood, and trying to hole saw these things in, I got them installed. Honestly, I’m pretty dissatisfied with these Moon gauges. They were expensive as hell, damn near $500 (without counting the one I broke). If you read the installation guide, it tell you that the oil pressure gauge is not linear, and that halfway between 0 and 25 isn’t 12.5, it’s actually 20. How stupid. So I spent $500 on gauges so I can guess what my oil pressure is? I could do that without gauges. Also, for some stupid reason, the way the gauges are backlit is different, so 2 gauges have the standard light from around the sides, and 2 have the whole top of the face illuminated, which looks stupid. These are manufactured by Classic Instruments, and I think Moon needs to go back to Autometer, like the ones I’ve had in my 57 for years that have operated flawlessly. Nothing I can do now I guess. Wheels came in and will get mounted Saturday. At that point, this project is as done as it is going to be. Let’s see if this wounded engine can last the rest of the season. Sent from my iPhone using H.A.M.B.