Quartz Conversion Service for 1971-1973 Ford Mustang
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Why fool around having your clock serviced every couple of years when you can just set it and forget it? We use only the highest quality quartz movements, purchased from the leader in this industry, so your new quartz movement will give you years (or probably decades) of trouble free service. When your clock comes back to you simply re-install it just like the original.

Here's what you get...

One High Quality Quartz Movement installed in your existing clock

Your set stem knob is polished

Your hour and minute hands are refinished (if needed)

Your second hand is refinished and polished (if needed)

Remaining components are lubricated with high quality silicone lubricant, because it attracts far less dirt than conventional clock oil

Your clock is thoroughly bench tested for 100 hours

Your clock is returned via USPS Priority Mail® Insured for $300 with Delivery Confirmation™

Six month full unconditional guarantee - if your clock becomes inaccurate or fails to keep time just return it and we will replace the movement and pay your return shipping - that's how confident we are with this product.

   
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Great information and contact to have for the record.

Thanks Joe.
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Can you do the same for the '70?
                                   
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Yes, they list the 1969-70.

http://omicronclock.auctivacommerce.com/...18551.aspx
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