Hey there, folks, I haven't posted on here in a while, but my '49 Ford Club Coupe project has hit a pretty major snag -- one that could have been avoided if the guy working on it hadn't sent me to another guy, etc., etc. Long story short: please, everyone, AVOID United Speedometer Repair in Riverside and its owner Richard Bruce "Rick" Lybarger. I believe I am their latest victim. And if any venerable, wise, sagely shop owner tells you he "heard they were doing okay again," trust me: They're not. I'm their latest victim. It turns out, of course, United and Rick have been allegedly taking people's money and not updating their speedometers for years. Or maybe they have been and everyone's satisfied. After all, we wouldn't want to malign the poor old fellow. All I know is I paid this guy north of a grand in October, and five months later my shop is asking me "Where's the speedo," and oh, guess what -- Rick won't talk to me and won't return my calls. The one time I did get him on the phone, he said he was at the doctor's office and to call him back. Maybe he was. He's about 70, so it makes sense he would see a doctor. I'm a lot younger, and I do. Then, of course, I tried calling him back. You guessed it. Nothing. Bupkis. So, don't be like this me. Go somewhere else. Blow your money at the dog track. Anywhere but United Speedometer Repair. Thanks for reading.