This is the donor clock I picked up yesterday for $55.00. Its out of a 2001 Holden Statesman, which means 3/4 of 5/8ths of bugger all to all our USA and elsewhere friends, but this may benefit any 63/64 members in the land Down Under.

Being a quartz movement, it will be an excellent thing to use, provided my mate Shane can do it. Its a fairly compact little unit, and of course, we only really need the guts of it.

He did really well in school in biology dissecting frogs, so this should be a walk in the park.


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"It’s  5 o’clock somewhere"

Incorrect Tony. It not 5 o’clock every second. Every full hour there is 5 o’clock somewhere. Some places also have time zones with 45 or 30 minutes offset which makes it more tricky. But at any given time there is more likely not 5 o’clock.

So remove the offset time zones from the equation and every hour there are 3599 seconds out of 3600 seconds that is not 5 o’clock. Now you see Tony, its very unlikely that it's 5 o’clock somewhere. At least more unlikely than likely.

But if you meant to say that a clock that is not working is correct twice in a 24 hour period, in its time zone, than you are correct. 2 out of 86400 seconds correct.


it is an American country song by Jimmy Buffet 

you did miss my point 


So its not only you that is wrong?

You can include yourself in being wrong as you have no idea what i was talking about regarding a famous American song writer
Something lost in international communication here it seems


Children get along.

I don't hear the two minute winding Click --HUMMMMMMMMM !

I bet your clock is broken and not working -LOL !!!!!!!


Nice and clean looking kev. No one would know the difference 



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