Classic Sifam Car/Bike Ammeter

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  1. johnhughes

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    I have an old charge/discharge ammeter which I am trying to identify. It has a nickel bezel of about 2.5 inches around a meter of 2 inches.
    The make is Sifam (France) and appears to have a range of only 1 amp either way.but this could simply signify that the battery was half-charged or fully charged
    I feel it is from a '20s or '30s car or bike--maybe french? Has anybody any ideas? Manty thanks John on the Wirral
     
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  2. VoodooMojo

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    a picture is worth a thousand words
     
  3. johnhughes

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    True--if I could work out how to include a 'photo John on the Wirral:confused:
     
  4. Markd77

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    You should be able to attach the photo' if you click "go advanced" then click the paperclip.
     
  5. johnhughes

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    Hopefully,I have managed to upload a 'photo John on the Wirral
     
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  7. johnhughes

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    Many thanks for your help.I have investigated further and found a perfect picture of my ammeter on the dash of a 1923 Citroen 5CV Type C Torpedo driven by Neville Westwood on the first drive around Australia in 1925
    Thanks once again
    John on the Wirral
     
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