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Desotomatic steering wheel clock / watch overflow page


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Additional Desotomatic images and Information


Desotomatic face #1


Desotomatic face #2


Desotomatic face #3


1955 56 Desoto mount


1955 56 Desoto mount


1955 56 Desoto mount


Desotomatic face #4


Desotomatic face #5


Desotomatic face #6


Detail of 1955 56 Desoto mount


Detail of 1955 56 Desoto mount


Detail of 1955 56 Desoto mount


Detail of 1955 56 Desoto mount go to the mounts page for more detail on this setup


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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Last Update:   08/25/10
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Welcome to my mis-spelled word file!

These are common and sometimes uncommon ways to mis-spell the primary words on this site! I provide this as a service to the phonically challenged because they are people too! Or maybe they have a typing handicap like myself. Crysler, Chrystler, Christler, Desota, De Sota, Desotoe, Desoda, Dasoda, fibre, fibreglass hiway, hifi, krysler, Mo Par, Peddel, Peddal, Peddle, Plymoth, Plimoth, Plimouth,