If your speedometer is mechanical and not electronic this should work to make it accurate. When I had my ’32 with the Hemi in it, the speedometer was way slow. Here is how I fixed it. First you have to disconnect the speedometer cable from the back of the speedometer. You need a rev-counter like the one shown in the picture or one similar that will work. You then hook the end of the speedometer cable to the spindle on the rev counter as shown in the picture. I used…
Roamin Angels Car Club
Pre-1972 American-made Classic Cars, Trucks & Hot Rods. Our mission statement is To restore and maintain classic cars and street rods in a way that brings people together, preserves vintage vehicles and contributes to the community.
To restore and maintain classic cars and street rods in a way that brings people together, preserves vintage vehicles and contributes to the community.
Join the Roamin Angels!
Are you interested in becoming a Roamin Angel? The only prerequisite is you must have an interest in pre-1972 American-made vehicles and their preservation.
Membership Application: Click on the application PDF (link below). If you have a problem with the download, we’d be happy to email or mail a copy to you. Contact Membership.