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Plymouthmatic steering wheel clock / watch overflow page

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A high priced option for a low priced car

The Plymouthmatic is rare because $50 was a pretty high price to pay for a clock when the customer was buying an inexpensive car. I have had a few of them over the years but it has been a while so I do not have really good clear images of them.

Here it is the Plymouthmatic

The mount on the Plymouthmatic for the 2 3/4" hole opening

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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