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  1. I'm curious to know if the clock mechanism was a kit that was purchased separately. It sure looks like it was installed almost like a pro did it. I would think the clock guts must have been available to be purchased and installed in the blank after the fact.......any thoughts?
  2. Thanks a lot for the info guys, you have been a great help....Steve
  3. That's interesting, is they what the sole purpose of the clock delete blank was for, to make it into a clock? Or was it used for other gauges too?
  4. Thanks 31Pontiac, it seems unusual to me to see a wind up clock verses an electric clock in a car. Was this the norm back then?
  5. Hello, I am hoping someone can help me date and identify what this old Pontiac clock came out of. It is a windup clock that measures 3 3/4" dia. and it actually works. Thanks....Steve
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