15 of Our MOST Popular Classic Mini Gauges
There’s a saying that if you want to get to where you’re going, you have to know where you are. (Actually, that’s not a saying but it should be.) And that’s where gauges for Classic Mini’s come into play.
Nothing sets off the dash like a classic gauge. That’s why Mini Mania’s got so many to choose from. From Mini gauges like Classic Mini Smiths gauges to Classic Mini digital gauges for fuel, temperature, oil and speedometers, we can hook you up with the Classic Mini Cooper gauges you need to do your Mini proud.
This black rimmed oil pressure gauge is 2 1/16" diameter and come complete with fitting instructions and copper pipeline. 0-100 lbs range.
This is a show stopper. Smiths Classic Oil Pressure Electric Short Sweep 0-100 psi 52mm Black Flood Lit Dial Chrome 1/2 V Bezel
This is a combined water temperature and oil gauge in Fahrenheit and 1-100lb oil pressure with Smiths name on white face.
Electrical oil temperature gauge including sender.
This is the chrome trim on the front of the Bezel for oval 3-gauge pod.
In 1964 the fuel gauge system was changed in the Mini - Magnolia face.
This Smith's gauge is the standard 2" diameter with chrome bezel.
Made by the original gauge maker for the mini this voltmeter has a magnolia face With SMITHS stamped on it.
Combination 2"diameter gauge displays oil pressure, to 100PSI, on the top and water temperature, to 230 degrees, on the bottom.
The 200 kilometers per hour Mini Cooper S speedometer includes fuel gauge, voltage stabilizer and indicator lamps.
Mechanical movement with 57" long capillary tubing and has 40-120 degree centigrade calibration.
In 1964 the fuel gauge system was changed in the Mini (pre-64 cars did not have a voltage stabilizer).
Available in either 8,000 (RVC1006) or 10,000 RPM (RVC1004) version, the Smiths classic looking 3" diameter tach has a chrome bezel and red shift pointer.
This replica of the Cooper S Speedo is marked to 130 MPH. Geared for 3.44 final drive. Includes voltage stabilizer and fuel gauge.
This is an early, silver faced 90MPH speedometer. It has included gas gauge and indicators for hi-beam, oil and ignition.