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Old 08-01-2007, 04:58 PM
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filling a void?

The PO of my 37 coupe was a gauge junkie. I have an amp gauge and a volt gauge, a water temp gauge, and oil temp gauge and a transmission temp gauge, all this plus speedo and tach. Since the amp gauge does not work (I relay on the volt gauge) I want to remove it. I need something to fill the hole, so I'm thinking a CLOCK. Any ideas on installing a clock motor (AAA battery powered) into the SW amp gauge? Would like to have a face clock (black background white numbers), but keep the SW label so all gauges still match and illuminate from the dash lights. Anyone ever tried this?

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