Welcome to the mid-'80's. That wasn't uncommon for US manufacturers, I've never noticed it much on European cars. My '86 Chrysler LeBaron (and all Mopars of that era) had an 85 mph speedo. After I modified the car, I had to upgrade to a 125mph speedo out of an '89 turbo minivan. On the '85-'86 Dodges that Shelby was modifying (GLH and GLHS) they took the end pin off and added a sticker to the bottom of the 85 mph speedo to increase it to 125. Those stickers are rare as hen's teeth.
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