Tom, of Marina, CA had this to say about the 68 to 71 clock he purchased-"The clock is a work of art and Bill's an artist." *On 5-27-2010, I recieved this up-date from Tom after converting a 1968 oil gauge to electronic. "Just wanted to thank you for the wonderful job you did in converting an electric gauge with a 68 face on it. It looks and works fantastic and even reads the same as the mechanical one did. Plus if the wire breaks behind the dash all I'll have is an electron leak which is not nearly as messy!"
Larry Rogers of Susanville CA. had this to say. "Speedometers arrived today. I installed the 140 MPH and it works perfectly. Calibration is excellent. The price was very reasonable and the quick delivery is greatly appreciated as spring is here and it's time to go cruising. Your workmanship on both is first class. Your excellent customer service far exceeds my usual expectations. Again, thanks for everything".
I was honored to be able to assist Jim Badolato of Maryland with restoring his '66 Corvette gauge cluster. He responded by saying: "I got the cluster yesterday, and I love it. You did a fantastic job on it; you are an artist". Thanks Jim, for the kind words.
Kelly, at State Transmissions in Washington State said-Got the gauges. Customer is extremely, extremely happy. He can't believe that they're the same gauges that he sent in, so we'd like to thank you and let you know what a good job it was.
Gary Crenshaw in LA had a unique problem with his '82 Speedo-His speedometer did not seem to register the correct mileage. It was an intermittent problem, but would turn over mileage randomly to the point where he was recording about 30% more miles than he was acually driving. "I sent my speedo to Bill, and he diagnosed the problem and made the repairs. I took my car out for a long drive and everything registered as it should. Thanks".