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Vintage Shop Clocks

Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Stogy, Mar 28, 2020.

  1. sevenhills1952
    Joined: Mar 14, 2018
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    I didnt read all the replies but this one in garage "popped" during a lightning storm.
    It opened the Ingram model 18 motor winding. I finally found on, clock stays unplugged.
    I would either do that or on surge protector. 20190728_171145.jpg

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  2. 55longroof
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    My uncle who is mostly responsible for my wrenching addiction had a body shop where I spent lots of time in...this one hung in his office for as long as I can remember. He recently retired and closed up, the only thing I asked for was this awesome clock for my garage...I treasure it IMG_0733.JPG


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  3. The37Kid
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    DSCF0746.JPG DSCF0749.JPG DSCF0752.JPG Is this too old to use for a shop clock? French, guessing it is 1890's, note the finger nail marks from opening it to wind it. Bought a 50 pound Ook hook, will hang it up tomorrow. All info and history is welcome. Bob
     
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  4. Oilguy
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    Seen at Portland swap meet a few years back.
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  6. Stogy
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    E2025E87-C8BA-49DE-824C-A55EE8CF3FFE.jpeg

    RP1.jpeg

    :rolleyes:...The Hotrod and The Hotrod Barbeque...Have you seen the Clock Yet?...Its a saw blade to the right of the tall Tool Box...;)

    Credit to Photographer, Owner
     
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  7. Stogy
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    Clock1.jpg

    :rolleyes:...Like so many of you Hoodlums...very Cool Workplaces...with a Shop Clock to boot...;)

    Credit to Photographer, Owner
     
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  8. neatoldclassics
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    that would be $1000 now...
     
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  10. pigIRON63
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    20201102_190344.jpg
    Here's my new shop clock, haven't put it on the wall yet.
     
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  11. jimmy six
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    This one is in my sons garage. It came from a Chevron station where he worked when he went to high school in Fountain Valley. It’s since closed but he remains friends with the owner and his son. My wife and I bought a lot of gas there when we moved to FV in 1971. AFDD2B02-D5F6-43C5-8F29-BA9E98E4B0CE.jpeg
     
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  12. Stogy
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    :rolleyes:...Great shot @jimmy six...priceless...what a garage scene all around...
     
  13. jimmy six
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    Thx Stogy..if I point the camera to the back of the his garage you see this OT race car. He added on to the existing double for his dirt Super Stock. The 3/4 roll up open to a covered slab double car size. All in Huntington Beach. The 40 was my first race car I bought in 1974. I gave it to him 2years ago because he wanted to make it street legal. C32047AE-322D-4022-8938-F1D823B73E09.jpeg
     
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  14. grumpy32
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    Got this little old wind-up clock from NZ, just dug it out and will have to find a spot in my shop.... 20201120_074032.jpeg

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  15. Stogy
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  16. jimmy six
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    Mines different from my son’s...but we both have red hats.. A40B8CD2-F3A2-40FF-BEE1-D45DA3B40B5F.jpeg
     
  17. Stogy
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    Congrats on those Milestone Hats and Timepieces...Literally
     
  18. Leadfoot2
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    The same drives were in a lot of different clocks. Look for a working clock in the same hand size and swap
     
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  19. Osoty
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    The movement in mine works. It was wired through the light and the old fluorescent died. It works great now, the bigger problem is if the power goes out. Taking the hands off is a bear so I unplug it and wait til whatever time it says and plug it in
     
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