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St-Francois du Lac, Québec

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Need your opinion on the value of this speedometer. Not for sale, just for my education..........Thanks all!

 

From Perry Ruiter site:

585   = Model

D1    = Model variant

P      = 1946

10    = October

 

Survey SW tach-01.jpg

Survey SW tach-02.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, ONT

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Prices are kind of all over the place. If you google it, there are a ton of references. One sold last year on EBAY for $150US and another this past Jan, for $106US and now another just sold for $350US, so I guess the right guy has to read the listing at the right time. They are a beautiful unit, but where did the other 30 miles go?

Warren

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400-500 American dollars   biggrinbiggrin



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wuga wrote:

....... but where did the other 30 miles go?........

 


........ Suppose you mean from 90 MPH to 120 MPH!!!..........don't really need it because this speedometer was on a firetruck......

....suppose they want the 1/100th mile to charge the exact mileage they cover.

A lot of firetrucks end up at the local recycling yard in Pierreville, Québec, I even help to sold a Fargo L700 cab over to a gentleman in Ontario this year...

 

Thanks for the info!



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427CARL wrote:

400-500 American dollars   biggrinbiggrin


Are you serious Carl ????? I keep it anyway but you put a smile on my face! 



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They seem to go on ebay between $100 and $200 most of the time, depending on how nice they are.  I think the most expensive one I have ever seen was $350 because it was unused NOS in its original box.

They are not hugely popular with hot rodders because they only go to 90mph.  There apparently is also a 120mph one that is much rarer and goes for a lot more.



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Thanks for the info Rick...

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