Step 2: What I used

Picture of What I used

1) An early 1900s oak telephone box (ebay)
2) Three vintage round analog volt meters (ebay)
3) A fiveway switch (Sparkfun)
4) Arduino Mega (Sparkfun)
5) Arduino Mega prototyping shield
6) Chronodot (Dallas 3231 real time clock board with battery backup) (www.macetech.com)
7) Micro OLED 128 by 4D systems (Saelig)
8) SOMO-14D sound board and amp by 4D systems (Sparkfun)
9) Three rotary encoders with pushbutton  (Sparkfun)
10) Capacitive touch sensor board MPR121 (Sparkfun)
11) Three small FETs to drive the gauges
12) Three 10k trimpots to trim the PWM output to the gauges
13) Watch crystal for the viewport (www.esslinger.com) I used the 29mm magnifier
14) Clock wind up mechanism made from old clock parts
15) Small microswitch for wind up mechanism
16) Custom trim hardware
17) Electroluminescent sheet (  cA4-4S-BG ) (e-luminates.com)
18) Avery laser printer clear sticker sheets (15664)
19) 1.5 " diameter speaker (Sparkfun)
20) Various wires, cables, screws, grommets, caps and almost no tape or glue!
21) Arduino development environment (FREE!)