Before shipping, contact us
to discuss your project, needs and expectations. If you send a unit without prior communication, it will sit
and wait for you to contact me.
Pack your speedometer and other components carefully using a good filling, preferably, bubble, air packets
or paper (no styrofoam packing peanuts), and use a sturdy cardboard box. You can ship by UPS, USPS/Post Office,
FedEx, or other carrier of your choice, but I recommend applying insurance to cover the dollar amount of your part.
sure to include a note with the following information:
Name, address, telephone number, and e-mail.
Model and make of car.
items are in the box.
What services you want performed.
Odometer setting to account for mileage
lost while speedometer not working. Be sure to obey your state, local, and federal laws.
When I receive your package I will enter your job into the work queue and inspect the items you have
sent. I will then prepare an estimate including anticipated return shipping date and email it to you. If you haven't provided
an email address I'll either call you or send you a copy of the estimate (email works best). A lot of work is involved in
the pre 1932 units, so usually it takes about 2-3 months to do the job. The newer speedometers (1932-1988) can usually be
turned around in 2-4 weeks unless special parts are required, or unless there are lots of customers in line before you.
When the work is near completion I will prepare
an Invoice for the work performed and we can work out the payment method, and shipping options; I always apply insurance on
repaired, outgoing units and can adjust the coverage to your requested amount.
Our motto has always been quality work at fair prices,
with a reasonable turn around time.
Bill's Speedometer Shop
3545 Ridgeway Rd.
Bellbrook, OH 45305