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  1. Im looking for a new "points arm" for a 57 clock. Mine has been broke off by a previous owner. So it does not have to have work. Thank you!
  2. Hello, Does anyone know how to remove the time-setting knob on a 57 Special Clock? I have the clock out of the car and trying to get it apart, (clock isn't ticking). I've heard people say you pull the stem out, hold it with pliers, and then twist the knob counter-clockwise fast. Whenever I do that though the clock hands just move. I've also heard that you just pry the knob off, it's not screwed on. But I am not having much luck with that either. Thank you for your help!
  3. Please visit www.smithsclassiccarclocks.com for a complete listing of our current inventory 1932 1933 Cadillac, 1934 1935 Buick, 1936 Cadillac, 1936 Oldsmobile, 1937 Cadillac, 1937 Oldsmobile, 1940 Oldsmobile, 1940-1947 Buick, 1941-1948 Oldsmobile, 1941 Ford, 1942 Dodge, 1942, 1946-1947 Packard, 1946 1947 1948 Dodge, 1947 1948 1949 Studebaker, 1947 1948 Ford, 1948 Buick, 1948-1952 Oldsmobile, 1949-1950 Kaiser, 1949-1951 Frazer, 1949 Lincoln NOS, 1949 1950 Chevrolet, 1950 1951 1952 Cadillac, 1951-1954 Pontiac, 1951 Ford, 1951-1953 Hudson, 1951-1952 Chevrolet, 1952-1953 Ford, 1953 Buick, 1952-1953 Mercury, 1954 Ford NOS, 1955-1956, 1958-1962 Chevrolet, 1956 Desoto, 1956 Buick, 1957 Chevrolet, 1957 Ford, 1958 Ford, 1957-1958 Mercury, 1960 Mercury, 1960 Pontiac, 1961 Ford, 1963-1966 Rambler, 1964-1966 Ford, 1965 Mercury, 1966 Cadillac, 1966-1969 Lincoln, 1967 Ford, 1967 Mercury NOS, 1968 Ford, 1967-1968 Oldsmobile, 1969-1973 Plymouth, 1969-1970 Imperial, 1971-1973 Cadillac, 1971-1975 International Harvester scout, 1971-1973 Buick, 1973-1975 Mercury, 1978-1982 Oldsmobile. I recondition clocks for AACA members for $49.95 including return postage. If you are looking for a hard to find clock, just ask, I may have it or might be able to point you in the right direction. www.smithsclassiccarclocks.com
  4. I sell reconditioned clocks for many classic car years makes and models. I have hundreds in stock. Please visit www.smithsclassiccarclocks.com to see available clocks and if you can't find the one for your car, let me know what you are looking for, I have hundreds more not yet posted. I also recondition electric clocks for $59.95. I have clocks for Ford Chevrolet Pontiac Oldsmobile Cadillac Mercury Lincoln Nash Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Buick Desoto Studebaker Willys Kaiser Packard Rambler AMC 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 thanks Jim
  5. I have purchased a very old electric car clock. It is for certain, the oldest electric clock I have seen, but I am no expert. I am hoping to learn more about it like where it was used, when did it go into production and what were the competing electric clocks at the time. What I know is that it was manufactured by the Keith-Landis Electric Company (Chicago, IL) sometime around 1920. It has an Ansonia (Brooklyn, NY) movement and is of the electro-mechanical type. i.e. it has a rather large solenoid that gives the clock a wind about every 45 seconds. It runs on 6V DC. What is interesting about the clock is that the movement is very delicate, almost pocket watch in size but the winding mechanism is built like a Sherman tank! There are two 1917 patent dates on the back of the clock. I did run across a magazine ad from 1922 that had an advertisement that the clock could be purchased for $35.00 and that it came with a guarantee as to keeping perfect time. This is in keeping with my understanding that many of the clocks from this era were aftermarket and you purchased one and put it in you car, typically in the dash, or wherever you wanted to put it. I have spent several hours surfing the internet in hopes of finding one but to no avail....not even a photo. I would appreciate hearing from anyone that has any clue as to the history of this clock. Thanks in advance... Rick Koenig Whitestown, In.
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    56 back together.

    I got the Buick home from storage in town. Put in the NOS headlight switch, got the rebuilt radio and clock in, they work good, as does the speedometer I had rebuilt last fall. GOt it back in before putting it in storage. Nice to have everything working. BUT the power steering pump was sorta noisy, was low on fluid, so hope that takes care of that. Now if it will just warm up for some crusin'. What happened to 'global warming'? Bypassed Nebraska.
  7. I think I may have figured out my clock problem on my '49 roadmaster.. While looking under my dashboard and gazing at all of my connections, I noticed that on the back of my clock there is a little "stud" sticking out, and under it written GRN. I'm assuming this is the ground location. If it is, then I am missing a wire and a ground connection. What could I use to ground this clock, and where do I ground it to? I am pretty sure I have a New Haven clock in my vehicle.. Any help is appreciated! I don't see any info on the ground location in my manual. Jerry 1949 Roadmaster
  8. Anyone out there know how to get a 1949 clock and Sonamatic Am Radio in working order? I noticed on the back of my clock that a prior owner has removed the wire from it's port. Not sure why. I located a lone wire and assumed it was for the clock so I plugged it in.. clock still doesn't work. Fuses are all good on the fuse panel- I replaced them. The light for the clock is working.. all my dash lights work. As far as the radio goes, the only thing I can think of is perhaps there is a bad tube or tubes since it doesn't even turn on.. I would be happy if I can get the clock and radio to work. Jerry 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4 Door
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    Clock Repair

    I would like to ask for a referral to a clock repair shop. I have a Jaeger 8-day spring wound clock that I would like to have overhauled. It runs but doesn't keep accurate time. It is in very decent condition. I want to put it back in the dashboard. It's not easy or convenient to install it or to remove it so when I put it back in the dash I would like for it to work reliably. Please respond to gjschuetz@gmail.com or call 803-493-0632. Thanks
  10. Hi, I have a 1966 Buick Riviera and i need a Speedometer, Amp, Clock. I live in San Francisco, CA. Please let me know if you have something for sale. Thanks, Peter 415-627-8441 peter@theapartment.se
  11. Got a replacement clock on my '63 which is still running a bit erratically. My mechanic suggested it's probably been sitting for a while and just needs to get used to running. A friend suggested shooting a bit of compressed air into the gap where the stem (to set the time) pokes out of the front of the clock. Most of the products I've seen--eg to clean computer keyboard--have some sort of chemical agent in addition to the air. Thoughts? Is this worth pursuing?
  12. I thought I had posted this before but couldn't find it. Any ideas on how to remove the glass on a 1953 Clock? It's binded by the time setter shaft/mechanism. Or do I just need to take the whole clock apart?
  13. I bought this today at a yard sale, Just had to have it being it looked so old and the clock is still working. looks like it attached to a dash board?, cigar holder, paper pad holder? waltham clock fleetwood body corp. fleetwood pa, new york, NY does anyone have a clue? Is it from a Cadillac and if so any info year? Thanks John
  14. 1955 Cadillac Original Clock:eBay Motors (item 230352155890 end time Jul-01-09 18:36:26 PDT) Clock 1955 Cadillac Original Steering Wheel Horn Cover/Button:eBay Motors (item 230352156111 end time Jul-01-09 18:39:40 PDT) Horn Button/Cover 1955 Cadillac Original Rearview Mirror:eBay Motors (item 230352156342 end time Jul-01-09 18:42:37 PDT)Rearview Mirror
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