To take a gander at some of the projects
that the techs at Bob's Speedometer
have happily shipped out to our customers,
just click on the All Star Hall of Fame picture above!
This speedometer, tachometer, and gauge cluster from a 1947 American LaFrance
700 series pumper were completely restored by the techs at Bob's Speedometer.
And as the picture shows, these vehicles were not only functional, they had a styling
that makes them showcase superstars for collectors all over the world.
They truly don't make them like this anymore!
There was a time when even boat instruments had their own
combination of functionality, style, and grace.
Who else but the techs at Bob's Speedometer would you trust to restore
this elegant console from your 1946 Higgins Sport Speedster?
With nearly 79,000 Pontiacs built in 1934, it's no surprise that the
techs at Bob's Speedometer can restore these gauges to look this good.
What MAY surprise you is that they also have NO problem providing a customized 160mph speedometer conversion that will look just like the 100mph OEM original.
- How to retrofit a 1940 Ford Deluxe cluster -
Step 1. Service/repair the speedometer assembly, then do a cosmetic restoration on the odometer wheels.
Step 2. Add all new modern meter movements for the oil, fuel, temp and battery gauges.
Step 3. Do a cosmetic restoration on all sub-dials.
Step 4. Install the sub-dials onto the new meter movements in the cluster assembly.
Step 5. Don't forget to do a cosmetic restoration on the cluster housing too!
Step 6. While we are at it, let's do a quartz conversion on the original clock.
Step 7. Take pictures of the retro-fitted cluster, complete with modern gauge movements and full cosmetic restoration, before you ship it out to one VERY happy customer!
That's how we do it at Bob's Speedometer!
When will you be sending in YOUR cluster to make it better-than-new again?