Old clocks are everywhere. I have found them at flea markets, tag sales, antique shops, thrift shops -- anywhere used items are sold. In terms of co...
Step 2: Sometimes things get bent
This clock was found in an antique shop in New Mexico, and I paid substantially less than what the clock was actually worth, because it would not run. I noticed that there was a small dent in the wood of the case (indicating the clock had been dropped). What I found wrong was that when the clock had been dropped, the thin brass mount where the pendulum attached had been bent slightly. Straightening this mount fixed the clock. The pendulum on this clock, by the way, is hidden in the back of the clock.
Bio:I enjoy taking a pile of junk and making something unusual out of it. I like wheeled vehicles, and currently own two motorcycles, two electric bikes that I've built, and an electric scooter pushed b...read more »