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1949 or 1950 Clock & Parts

Post by dsweidman » Mon Jul 30th, 2012 3:35

Hello, all-

Looking for a used or non-working clock for a '49 or '50 Plymouth. I need some spare parts--specifically, I need the stem that sets the clock. I have a perfectly good clock that has a broken stem.

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Scott

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Re: 1949 or 1950 Clock & Parts

Post by Johnny_S » Fri Aug 31st, 2012 7:45

Scott .... I'll check. I have two or three clocks.

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Re: 1949 or 1950 Clock & Parts

Post by dsweidman » Fri Aug 31st, 2012 9:00

Thanks, John-

I was able to trade some spare parts for some clock parts just about a week ago.

However, I can always use spares if have a junk clock.

Thanks
Scott

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Re: 1949 or 1950 Clock & Parts

Post by Johnny_S » Fri Aug 31st, 2012 9:22

Sounds good .... just know that I have a couple clocks that are "ok" but untested ... so they look decent externally and I suspect have lots of good parts. Hope the "new" convert is coming along well ....

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Re: 1949 or 1950 Clock & Parts

Post by dsweidman » Fri Aug 31st, 2012 10:05

Thanks, again. If you wouldn't mind scavaging one of the stems from the clock and just dropping it in an envelope, that would be great. Those things seem to break often. At least in my case anyway.

Anything you need we could possibly trade for the stem?

I believe the "new" convertible has been sold. A fellow in Texas has committed to buying, just waiting for the $$.

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Re: 1949 or 1950 Clock & Parts

Post by Johnny_S » Fri Aug 31st, 2012 7:51

Yes, will do .... glad you found someone with $$$ for the convert ... I'm way jealous but also pragmatic. I think I'll be living with Club Coupes .... one could do worse and not have any ....

Let you know in a week or so ....

John

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Re: 1949 or 1950 Clock & Parts

Post by dsweidman » Fri Aug 31st, 2012 8:27

Thanks again John. Received deposit today on the convertible. Really hate to see
It go, but that was my intention from the beginning. But I like your attitude, coupes are enjoyable as well. I was just very fortunate to find the cars at affordable prices.

Take care

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