|Posted by Dan
P. on 07/23/03
From the original Owner's Manual: Electric Clock (optional)
Photo by Ghoste
|Posted by Bob "ODZKing" on 2/21/2009
There is a difference in the face (on a '66 clock).
The story I got was; on the 66 clock numbers the bottom of the "6" was
slightly cut off because when you're looking down at the clock it was
more readable than straight on. In 67 (which was not EL) they corrected
this "problem" by making the face numbers smaller and a bit fatter. The
hands are not EL so they are different shape as well. (in the
photo below: 66 on the left, 67 on the right)
|Posted by Don Dodson
Get with The Clock Doc to repair your clock, or to convert the clock to a Quartz Movement. The existing clocks have a re-wind mechanisim that can fail to wind the clock up all the way and when that happens the points won't open in the clock and it tries to wind the clock until the battery runs down. Go to a Quartz movement and the battery going dead will be a thing of the past. David Linquist; 1247 E. Penn Street; Whittier, California 90602 telephone # 562-698-4445 is good at clock work. He advertises in Hemmings.