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Parts/Spares A Smiths 150 mph speedometer


Graham Smith

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Auction House
Bonhams
Location
Collectors' Motorcycles at the Barber Motorsports Museum, Birmingham, Alabama, USA
Date of Auction
5 October 2019
Lot Number
12
Price
Sold for US$ 3,442 (£ 2,813) inc. premium
Believed unused, offered with the 1980 purchase receipt, condition and completeness unknown, close inspection advised.
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vin998

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Was it Auto Tempo Instruments who made some replica Shadow clocks in the 1970's-80's? If so then that speedo above could be an expensive replica.
 

Glenliman

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I have one of these sitting in a drawer, not a Replica, an original restored by David Wood.
Probably should sell it as it has been in the drawer for several years now.


Glen
 

Ian Savage

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Was it Auto Tempo Instruments who made some replica Shadow clocks in the 1970's-80's?
Simon, yes it was Auto Tempo the tell tail is they used the same workings as the 3" speedo and added a detachable right angle Landrover gear box. The originals had a 2 or 3 different styles of right angle drive 'built in'. I don't know how many they made, dozens? possibly hundreds.
 

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