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I just picked up a dash clock for my '67 and want to have quartz movement installed. Who does it and what's a good price? I was quoted $97.50 from "Clock Doc" in TN. That's twice what I paid for the clock. It sounds high, but I really don't know.

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Chris

'67 Conv. 289 C-code Frost Turquise
'99 Ford F250 Super Duty 4x4
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www.tachman.com
(800) 327-8716
He charges 110.00 for Rally pack clock quartz upgrade and is very busy.


Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat

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John Stuttle at Marion Mustang used to put quartz movements in clocks, charged $75. Don't know if he still does it. He "quartzed" my clock for my 70 about 2 years ago. good luck.

sure it's fun, but it's only a car.
 

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Get a copy of Hemmings. Inside you will find several places that refurbish clocks with quartz movement. I sent away for the "do it yourself" kit just three weeks ago. It ran $58.00. It came with instructions and a video tape on how to do it. It was easy,and the clock works terrific.I used Instrument Services Inc. Roscoe Illinois 1-800-558-2674. By the way my conversion kit was for my 70 Mach1
 
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