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New 1970 Chevrolet El Camino Car Lighted Clock Free Ship Warranty + Usa Made on

US $124.95

Malin, Oregon, United States

Malin, Oregon, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:Theater metal sign Mountain Dew Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Interchange Part Number:Coke machine soda Part Brand:Coke neon dr pepper soda Other Part Number:Refrigerator electric Country of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear new 1970 Oldsmobile clock:More muscle car clocks available Warranty:Yes 1932 style Coke machine also:Dr Pepper Pepsi Mt Dew root beer signs

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This listing is for this brand new 1970 Chevrolet El Camino LIGHTED advertising clock. We have dozens more muscle car clocks in our other listings. The clock will look great in your game room, garage, den, or anywhere else. The clock image is printed with a unique UV dried, computer controlled printing process that will last for many years. Fixture is 14" across and almost 4" thick. The body of the clock is made from tough ABS plastic and the outer lens is made from optical quality clear lexan. The fluorescent light in the clock is powered by electric and plugs into any standard outlet. The cord has a handy on/off switch. The clock is battery operated quartz movement that runs with one AA battery. Check out our outstanding feedback from our customers that buy our soda, auto, and other advertising clocks. Shipping, insurance, and warranty are free(lower 48 states only) with the purchase price. Alaska and Hawaii I cannot ship to you. Please checkout our large assortment of soda, automobile, and other advertising clocks, Crosley juke boxes, and the now available 1930'S STYLE REFRIGERATED COKE MACHINE(pictured above). I have also been selling for years the new 15" steering wheel for 1958-Impalas. We have been selling online since 1999 and appreciate your business.

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