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I have more reproduction Clock housings for 54/55.1 Chevrolet trucks.
These are from the same mold as my last ones, ,, perfect fit as original .Check my past sales on EBay for satisfied customers. Available with or without clock.
If you have a 54,, you know how rare this accessory is, Includes mounting hardware,and copy of original instructions. Shipped from Calif. P.M. for more details.
350+ postage

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The clocks are not as rare as that beautiful housing.

The same/correct size clocks were obtained from three companies by GM for cars and trucks (for several years).
I think that all/most of the clocks were wind-up.

The winders were at different locations. []

I cannot recall if the clocks had a fitting for a light bulb (one rear-image is attached)?

I will add more photos of fronts/rears if anyone is interested (or, go to the for-sale links and look at their photos).

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- The 216 and early 235 engines are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler. []
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What material are the housings made from ?

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Cast aluminum, same as orig.

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More importantly, TCLEDERMAN, is finding one that WORKS!

Yes, that is the light mount in the back. Most of these have been over twisted with springs broken.

delux54panel, what sizes clocks fit in the hold? 2" or 2 1/16"?

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Will a Buick clock fit from the same era asking because there is one for sale locally

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So, everyone that said they’d be interested in a clock housing for their truck,here’s some ready to go!
This is the last of them, Im not making any more. Have some working clocks , and some non working clocks, all separately.

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