The interior will play host to 6 Autometer gages, 4 of which will be located beneath the dash, yet clearly visible from the driver's point of view. The tachometer, nitrous pressure gage, and 2 fuel pressure gages will be the ones located there.
The Autometer gages will also be clearly invisible from anyone's point of view, as long as there not looking from the floorboard. These gages are connected to hinges fabricated and mounted to the dash and fold easily into view when race time comes.
The remaining two Autometer gages are the oil pressure and water temperature and they are located in the glove box. They are easily hidden by simply closing the glovebox lid. When race time comes, just drop the lid.
The air conditioner vent on the right is where the shift light is located.
With the vent open, the light shines directly at the driver's eye, giving him the peripheral signal to shift. The cigarette lighter beneath plays the role of purging the nitrous system. When pushed, it depresses against a momentary push button switch.
The ash tray houses two switches. The large rocker switch is opening/closing switch for the Nitrous Express remote bottle opener. Depressing to the right opens and depressing to the left closes. The micro toggle to the right of the bottle opener is an on-off switch for the fuel pump for when the need arises to have the ignition on without the fuel pump running.