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Cracow, Poland - June 29, 2013: The Boyce Moto-Meter, patented in 1912, was a thermometer that read the temperature of the radiator's vapor. The first automotive motometer was introduced by a Mr. Boyce in 1912. The fashion soon caught on. Cadillac added its famous script and coat of arms to it. When the temperature gauge was moved to the instrument panel, an empty space was left atop the radiator; the hood ornament filled it adequately. This photo of the Boyce MotoMeter emblem was taken on the rally of vintage cars in Cracow, Poland.
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This photo of the Boyce MotoMeter emblem was taken on the rally of vintage cars in Cracow, Poland.

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