I got a box on my porch yesterday and it contained my restored speedometers.
The Sears Cross has been on my '15 for the past ten years and close to ten thousand miles. During this year's Texas T Party the odometer quit, then it started to indicate higher speed than normal.
The Standard Thermometer speedometer was an eBay purchase around 1999, it cost $70 plus shipping then.
This is a 2004 image that shows these two plus a couple others "before".
Now after Russ performed his magic:
I'm going to hijack this just a bit and add my thanks to all of the people in this hobby who share their knowledge and talent with us to help keep these 100-year-old cars running well. I would start a list, but I am afraid I would leave out too many.
Thank you, everyone.