<VV> Early Clock Conversion and Restoration

Eric S. Eberhard flash@vicspdi.com
Wed, 25 Aug 2004 13:41:54 -0700

Painting is easy.  Converting to quartz is sad.  There is a fellow in the 
Corsa Communique that restores those clocks.  Once done, they last very 
well.  The sound alone is worth the price of keeping it original (the big 
click you get every so often).  If you do convert would you be willing to 
send me the "works" to use as spare parts?  Thanks.

At 12:52 PM 8/25/2004, bowtieguy@cox.net wrote:
>I have a '64 clock that I would like to convert to quartz and have painted 
>to the proper interior color. Does anyone have any experience in this area?
>Bob Vukas
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