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The ‘Calormeter’….1920’s radiator temperature gauge…came as standard in 1927, on this Austin 12/4 pickup. Similar to the ‘Boyce Motometer’ it sat proudly …as if in command… on the top of polished brass radiator with the early Austin badge below.
austin, calormeter, motometer, vintage cars
Hot Brass indeed……………….is this yer motor?Nice shot!
Lol ! Aye thats her an’aw! Like m’sel, she disnae run to well, but she chuggs a lot!! ;-)
Nice to see the truck it belongs to. Good one. – Ted
Thanks Ted.Yes it isn’t always obvious as what a shot like this belongs too.