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1956-1958 Wheel Covers Click Here to Order

1959-1962 Wheel Covers (Very low stock) Click Here to Order

1965 Wheel Covers with Spinners Click Here to Order

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Corvette Clocks

Corvette Clock Rebuild and Restoration

1953-1962 C1 Corvette Clocks

Unfortunately, we do not repair 53-62 clocks due to the lack of repair parts available. However, we do offer new 1958-1962 reproduction clocks with quartz movements for purchase.

1963-1967 C2 Corvette Clocks 

Chevrolet Motor Division contracted with Borg Instruments to supply clocks for the new Corvette in 1963. Borg was well equipped to supply a quality component. A leading manufacturer for the automotive and aviation industries, Borg supplied a beautiful clock that closely resembled the new gauges.

  • Standard Mechanical Movement Rebuild: $180.00 Base Labor
    • Original “ticking” movement correct for judging, but prone to failure.
    • Service includes complete disassembly, restoration of the case, bezel, face, and pointers, and we also install a new lens.
    • All parts and refacing extra.
  • Quartz Movement Conversion: $190.00 Base Labor
    • Recommended for non-judged and non-show cars. Quartz movement is much more reliable than the original mechanical version but may receive a point deduction during judging due to the smooth hand movement.
    • Service includes complete disassembly, restoration of the case, bezel, face, and pointers, and we also install a new lens.
    • All parts and refacing extra.

Be sure to check out the packaging and shipping tips at the bottom of this page!

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Restored 1967 Corvette Clock

1963 Corvette Clock

1963 Corvette Clock rear

Corvette clock restoration before

1964 Corvette Clock Before Restoration

Corvette clock restoration after

1964 Corvette Clock After Restoration

 

 

 

 

 

The original mechanical clock movements used technology from the thirties. Cars were disposable and the movement would last a few years if you were lucky. We all remember that! Corvette Specialties of MD West can restore your clock with the original mechanical mechanism or a modern quartz movement. We recommend the quartz conversion to all owners that are not having the car judged in an NCRS or Bloomington-type event. Keep in mind, the quartz conversion does not modify the configuration of your clock! The clock can easily be rebuilt with the standard mechanical movement at a later date if you desire.

1965-1967 Flood Damaged Clock Before Restoration

 65-67 Flood Damaged Clock Before Restoration  

1965-1967 clock out of case

65-67 Flood Damaged Clock after Restoration

1965-1967 Corvette Clock After restoration

65-67 Flood Damaged Clock Completed

1968-1982 C3 Corvette Clocks

  • Standard Mechanical Movement Rebuild: $140.00 Base Labor
    • Original “ticking” movement correct for judging, but prone to failure.
    • Service includes complete disassembly, restoration of the case, bezel, face, and pointers, and we also install a new lens.
    • All parts and refacing extra.
  • Quartz Movement Conversion: $155.00: Base Labor
    • Recommended for non-judged and non-show cars. Quartz movement is much more reliable than the original mechanical version but may receive a point deduction during judging due to the smooth hand movement.
    • Service includes complete disassembly, restoration of the case, bezel, face, and pointers, and we also install a new lens.
    • All parts and refacing extra.

Be sure to check out the packaging and shipping tips at the bottom of this page.

How does your Dash Cluster look? Click here for details on our Dash Cluster Restoration services. 

 

WHEN SENDING PARTS, PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE OUR RESTORATION ORDER FORM.

IMPORTANT SHIPPING NOTES: When shipping gauges and other items for restoration, please wrap the items securely! We suggest wrapping each item in bubble wrap individually and cushioning the wrapped bundles within the box with more packaging. When shipping open-face gauges, protect the gauge face by taping the gauge face-down to a piece of cardboard and wrap with bubble wrap. Note that some pointer bases may stick up beyond the edge of the face so the cardboard may need to have a small hole to accommodate it. Be sure to fill the package completely with cushioning material, especially the corners, as any movement within the box can cause damage. Do not use packing peanuts as they allow too much movement within the package. Ensure your items are for a replacement value you feel comfortable with. Please note that even if you insure your items, if the carrier determines the package was not packed properly they may dispute your damage claim.

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