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JohnnyC

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I have seen the oem clocks... But... Wanted to use a retro look. For some time I have been trying to find a Swiss army desk clock like I used to have in my truck from the mid 90's... Very expensive ... They are made of gold I guess :meh:

I had found my grandfathers pocket watch ... Given to me when he passed... Wanted to give it some good use and always be looking at it reminding me of him...

It's a Westclox Scotty from 1974 ... Same year as my truck :)

Trailer Grandpa had good taste :)

Here is my clock pictures ... Lift up and out... Very easy


What clocks have you guys added... Post up your oem ones as well :)



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JohnnyC

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He was a very frugle guy... These watches are the dollar store watches of the 1970's ... Cheap :)

If you had only seen the dash of his caddy ... He used to keep a plethora of stuff up there... I know why my dash looks the way it does lol ... Thanks Grandpa

It doesn't stay in the cruiser... It goes in my pocket... It hooks there when I am driving :)
 
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:cheers:Salute to your grandpa and the American flag on your dash! I'm with pngunme, I've got one built into the ungently squeezed jazzy stereo the PO put into the OEM radio slot
 
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a clock always drove me nuts. it constantly reminded me that I was late because my cruiser is slow!! I attribute that to my screwed engine. well that'll change now
 

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