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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-20-06, 06:35 AM Thread Starter
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Ford Clock Identification

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Have an old Ford clock, part number ARC 60F 15000A. It is rectangular (ish) and has a brass case and chrome bezel. Have tried to Google up the part number without much luck, and would be happy if anyone could tell me what it is out of! And if anyone knows of a good site to look up Ford part numbers, that would be great as well!
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Thanks for the info - must have been from a Fairlane of that year as I am pretty sure a clock wasn't an option in the Falcon series. Cheers!
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