The 4 best gauge clusters according to you

Enjoying a vintage car involves plenty of visual stimulation. While the vast majority of cars are judged by their exterior form and presentation, from the driver’s seat that really doesn’t matter. Instead the primary visual for a driver is the gauges, and maybe some interior details. Modern cars just don’t seem to have the jet-inspired or otherwise highly design-influenced gauges that vintage automobiles do, and that factors into the driving experience.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/05/17/best-gauge-clusters-according-to-you

I’m a fan of the original Cortinas.


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My '71 911 Targa had the best cluster I’ve ever sat behind. The centrally located tach combined with the perfect spoke placement of the steering wheel resulted in a wonderful driving experience, with all gauges in unobstructed view. I still can’t believe I sold it.

Have an honorable mention here… 1976

Pontiac Grand Prix SJ