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A New Old Stock Benrus Chryslermatic


A New Old Stock Benrus Chryslermatic


Notice how the glow in the dark material is cracking and becoming brittle


The back looks like any other Chrysler product first generation clock


A chunk of the minute hand glow in the dark material has fallen off.


Looks a little dirty but still nice.


Another backside shot


Looks like the crystal needs buffed but it has the mount


3" mount skirt on the back of a Chryslermatic


3" mount adaptor backside see the mounts page for more information


Clock with 3" mount all taken apart


Another Chryslermatic


Same clock no flash


Clock with unknown mount parts


The skirt is standard 3" skirt but I think the hooked clip is from something else?


The skirt is standard 3" skirt but I think the hooked clip is from something else?


2 3/4" mount retainer


Sun faded face


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Here is a DK14 15 jewel movement with the back cover removed. It is a bump wind movement that allows the pendulum to move back and forth just a little bit to wind

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