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    504 with working clock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    505 model plugs straight in!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgedweller
    504 with working clock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I've got one of them ... what a collectors item.

    Heater / Air / Vent controls all work as well!
    PJ

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    edge,

    How'd you get a 505 clock to fit into a 504? The 505 clocks are square and digital and mounted in the centre of the dash whereas the 504 clocks are round, analogue and mounted in the instrument panel, aren't they? Did you use a jigsaw and lots of silastic? Pictures please.

    Just curious,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph
    edge,

    How'd you get a 505 clock to fit into a 504? The 505 clocks are square and digital and mounted in the centre of the dash whereas the 504 clocks are round, analogue and mounted in the instrument panel, aren't they? Did you use a jigsaw and lots of silastic? Pictures please.

    Just curious,

    Matt.
    Need to clarify my earlier post ... my 504 has the square clock in the centre of the dash ... it works ... never seen one of the round clocks working.
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    Howdy Ralph, good to see you all got home, hows the dog?

    Pig in a poke for clock, its analogue, hands go round, is all square, levered out silver fitting, next to glovebox, which holds original clock and 505 one, elec contacts and light fitting just fit, and whole thing slotted in, leaving 1/4 inch at top of space Uncovered but hey, THE CLOCK WORKS AND THE LIGHT WORKS AND IT'S ABOUT THE FIRST TIME IN PUG DRIVING THAT THIS HAS HAPPENED AND i'M STOKED!!!!!!!!!

    Woof

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    edge,

    Well I'll be! I never thought you'd get a 505 clock into a 504. You'll have to post a photo.

    The dog's going well, he hasn't been more than a metre away from me since I got home. We got home on Wednesday night after driving in possibly the worst conditions I've ever driven in between Deniliquin and Wodonga. Driving horizontal rain, lightning strikes in the paddocks surrounding us too close for comfort, it was scary. We had a great time in Adelaide and I'd like to thank you and Garry (pug604) for your exceptional hospitality. I hope I can do the same for you next time you're in Wodonga.

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    Yo Ralph,

    ok on the visit,

    but even if I had to post a photo I couldn't as I a blockhead, can't even get my precious (403) photo in the gallery, one day someone will show me and it will be as plain as the face on my nose. Until then you have to go with the mental picture.

    cheers ed ge

    sounds like a wild ride home, pleased you made it without drama

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    well hows THIS for rare!!!!!!!!!


    >>>>>the analoge clock in my 504 instrument panel works perfectly<<<<<<<



    ive yet to see another one that accually works....

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    Mine works too... sorry to rain on your parade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peujohn
    Mine works too... sorry to rain on your parade.

    Both of mine work as well, and they are original and over 30 years old (73 coupe and 72 sedan). I THOUGHT THEY ALL DID!

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    Both mine work, one gains an hour every 2 days, but i still say if the hands move then it works.

    As for wiring up the tacho that now resides there............. soon.

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    Seems I'm trying to lead some of you astray, apologies.

    Must have been all those years in the 403's and the only two dud 504 clocks ever. You can't appreciate how good it feels to have time in my car.

    Two different kinds of clock, one in the instrument cluster and one dash mounted, next to glove box.

    Did I tell you about the trouble I have with mirrors?

    cheers ed ge

    so what's the vote so far, opinions are varied and polarized, but wait the vote is in: a handful for gung and an up yours for go..........so far the dont works have it by a length.



    Ps Ralph, clock is digital but with hands, sorry to confuse but I was confused.

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    On a sort of relevant topic, does anyone know what year the 504 dashboards stopped having the cutout for the clock in anything other than a Ti? My '69 and '70 models both have the place in the dashboard for the clock, but they where originally carby models with a clock in the instrument cluster. There is no wiring for a clock behind the cutouts, incidentally.
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    My 504 GL '79 has the dash mounted clock and it works perfectly. Of course of the 5 or so 504's I have had, it is the first that actually did work......

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