|Posted on May 17, 2018 at 6:20 AM|
I've had the pleasure of owning a great many MG TCs and I can count on one hand the number that had a working clock. It's perhaps not the most important feature of the car but it does, of course, sit right in front of you as you drive. It was that frustration, paired with the decreasing availability of good reproduction and original gauges that lead me to set about trying to make my own rev counters.
It's been several years but I am delighted to finally be able to say that I've cracked it. It's not exactly as per original but I think it's bloody close! I have limited stock available at £525 including VAT. Here's a photograph of the first prototype with the clock still ticking away perfectly 2 weeks after it arrived:
I am also working on a batch of new Speedometers, a project predominantly born of the frustration of trying to recalibrate old gauges for different axle, gearbox and wheel configurations. These will be configured by GPS and much more accurate than an original gauge. I expect to have the first unit in stock within a month and will post details in due course.
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