I have a Motometer. What is it worth?

The values for moto meters can range from $10 to a few hundred dollars depending on several factors. The least valuable models are the regular Boyce Midget Models. The most valuable would be any that are from some of the rarer or more desirable cars, such as a Duesenberg. The condition, originality and working order of the meter can also be determining factors. Any of the original new old stock (N.O.S.) meters are also desirable.

From what kind of car did my Motometer come?

Are any of the items shown in your collection photos for sale?

How do I restore or fix my motometer?

Unless the make of the automobile is displayed on the faceplate, it is difficult to know. Single script style letters such as an “L” were generally for someone’s last name initial and not for a particular make of automobile, such as a Locomobile. If the cap is still with the meter, certain clues might help one identify the make of vehicle.

Only the items listed on my “for sale or trade” link are available. None of the items in my personal collection are for sale.  This is final.  Sorry.

Can I send you photos of my collection to add to your site?

Yes, most definitely. I love to see photos of others collections, and I will be happy to add them to the website.


I am not a restoration expert, so I hesitate to make any comments. However, there are a couple of places where you might find some answers. The AACA forum is one place to look. You may also want to do a Google search. Some parts can be found at www.restorationstuff.com. If you have a rare faceplate but the meter is bad, you may just want to search for a better meter in which to put the faceplate.