Anyone know what the Speedometer and drive combination is for a coupe? Also where does the speedometer mount inside? Photos would be helpful.
The Stewart Warner Model 160 and the Model 150 were used on the 1919 coupe. The speedometer mounts in front of the passenger, with the cable going through the floor board between the right front cowl rib and the coilbox. The 1919 Model 160 used a different style dash mount in that the speedometer had a nickel bezel surrounding the speedometer rather that the more typical "drop down" style used from 1920-1925. I hope this helps.
I forgot to mention that there were different speedometer manufacturers that could have been mounted in the 1919 coupe. These manufacturers include: Sears Cross, Standard Thermometer, and Johns-Manville. The Stewart Warner is the most common.