When Classic saw the color, they began on some prototypes for the gauges. To ensure the customer gets exactly what they want, Classic sends out artwork after each session on the drawing board. At that point one can say tweak this, change that, let's try this, and so on. Then, once the customer is satisfied, the gauges are put into production. In my case, we went through that three times. In the end this is what we came up with. By the way, when you get a set of gauges made for you, they are for you. Classic doesn't begin making mass production of them. In fact, they won't even make another set of your exact gauges for anyone who asks, unless your permission is given. This means these custom gauges truly are your custom gauges.