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Pat tends to inspire envy for reasons such as the Stewart-Warner gauges. The 5-inch-diameter tachometer is a late '30s/early '40s scripted gauge, leading one to wonder what turned 8,000 rpm at the time. Flanking that tach are late '40s 2 5/8-inch industrial gauges. Since racers bought the majority of these gauges from places like Bell Auto Parts, fuel gauges didn't constitute many sales and are nowadays exceedingly rare.