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    I am looking for someone to repair my 1970...ish Stewart Warner Tachometer. Anyone know of a reputable person?
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    Its a handsom piece indeed ,but you may find that if you find someone who actually could repair it it may be cost prohibitive , might suggest trying to simpley match it with a used one or check into a set of modern marine guages (under $200 for a state of the art 5 guage set) Just a thought Tom

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    Give North Hollywood Speedometer a call. I have always heard good things about them. Maybe they can point you in the right direction in your area.

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    I had one once [diff brand] looked up address on internet, Sent it to them. They fixed it and recalibrated it. Sent it back to me no charge. Try that. Pat

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    We used classic instruments, classicinstruments.com, to restore the gauges in a1935 packard we restored at my shop. They were very helpful and did great work. Turnaround time was reasonable too.

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    I think the still available Stewart Warner Deluxe Series is very similar.
    Several years back I called Stewart Warner customer service and they sent me a product catalog for free and I ordered what I needed through a local vendor once I figured out the part number from the catalog.

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