Hi Barry, Congradulations!
The electronic speedo is so common these days that you should have no trouble
rigging one up. (We used the same technology back when I was rallying in the
'70s, for crying out loud!) Maybe someone who is into it more recently than I
(like Phil Barnes) could help. Or, there are always the vendors in Hemmings.
PS never saw the first post.
'79 Spitfire FM96062
'88 Lotus Esprit
'88 Mustang 5.0
The speedo cable gave up
> (broke) on the way in. At any rate it's such a royal PAIN to remove the
> tranny cover now (besides having just reassembled it) that I don't want
> to even mess with it. What I thought of was to convert to an electronic
> speedometer, taking my readings from pulses on small magnets, possibly
> four, (four pulses/rev) mounted to the drive shaft at the rear.
> Barry Schwartz in San Diego, CA