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Old 11-23-2019, 09:57 AM   #2
deuce_roadster
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Default Re: Uncommon '34 clock

Probably in the same category as the New Haven 1940 electric clock. I wonder, are you supposed to take a hole saw to the glove box door or was there a separate part # door for this clock? If so, the door would be equally as scarce.

As a side note, I have a 33 Standard phaeton (213 made according to V8 club 33-34 book). 2 previous owners ago was a guy who restored 33-34 radios so, he put one in his car. I really don't like the thing and wish he had never done that as well as adding cowl lamps. If I ever restore the car, the cowl lights and radio will go but I personally like the looks of the stock glove box door. The running gear, steering, fuel system and brakes are all restored but the body is untouched, including the original top so I use the car as is for now but if the top goes away I will be forced to do something and will put the whole car back to original. If he had just installed a clock like this, it would be cool.
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