Quartz Clock Conversion

1962 - 1965 Mopars

  1. Dave6T4

    Dave6T4 Well-Known Member

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    I would like to convert the clock in my 1964 Dodge Polara to a quartz movement. Since this is a Canadian Dodge, the clock is the same as used in 1964 Plymouth. Has anyone had this done? I am looking for reasonably priced business with good results. Would really like to find a place in Canada, but am open to other suggestions.
     
  2. 69a100

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    Do a search here, there's been a few topic on this! Good Luck
     
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      yella71 Well-Known Member

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      Had it done in my challenger. instrument specialty's I think. It works great
       
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      I had it done on my 64 SF a couple of years ago, but I can't remember who did it -- and I haven't installed it yet. The cost was about $150. IMO, this route is a lot better than taking apart your old clock and trying to rebuild it. When you put a clock in the instrument cluster, you want it to last for several years.
       
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