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New Products: Stewart Warner Muscle Series Gauges

Summit Racing offers SW newest line

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Stewart Warner has been one of the most trusted names in gauges for 95 years. Many have been standard OEM equipment on every kind of car. Stewart Warner designs have had an immense impact on the interiors and cockpits of cars we recognize for style.

While their gauges have been practical too, the, the new Muscle Series mixes the classic look with oden technology, dress up a dash, and put a smile on the driver’s face while looking upon the attractive dials.

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These gauges feature a black face with white-and-red graphics, brushed aluminum bezel and a retro-styled red pointer for an authentic muscle car look. And since they’re made by Stewart Warner, they should be accurate and reliable.

The five-gauge kit makes a dashboard revamp easy. Included is a speedometer, water temperature, oil pressure, fuel level and voltmeter gauges, plus all the necessary sending units and hardware. Stewart Warner Muscle Series Gauges also are available individually.

The tachometer and speedometer measure 3.375 inches in diameter and the other gauges are 2.2 inches.

We liked the racy look of the dials and certainly recognize the provenance of the brand. These particular gauges are so fresh from the factory, they have not even made it to the SW website, but there is a way to be the first on the block with this custom option.Speedometer

Check out the full line of Stewart Warner gauges, including the new Muscle Series at Summit Racing. For a project such as this, the experts can advise on fitment and matching the right part for the job.

Available in the Muscle Series Analog Gauges:

• 0-8,000 rpm tachometer
• 0-160 mph speedometer
• 100-280° F water temperature gauge
• 0-100 psi oil pressure gauge
• Fuel level gauge
• 10-16V voltmeter

See Stewart Warner Muscle Series Gauges at Summit Racing

Tom Stahler
Tom Stahler is the Managing Editor of the ClassicCars.com Journal. Tom has a lifelong love of cars and motor racing – beginning with the 1968 USRRC race at Road America, in a stroller, at eight months of age. His words, photos and broadcasts can can be found on a myriad of media. He has won the Motor Press Guild’s Dean Batchelor Award and a Gold Medal in the International Automotive Media Awards.

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