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Duster clock

My son recently bought a 1970 Plymouth Duster 340. (His wife claims it's an indication of a middle-age crisis). Anyway, I made this garage clock that will be a christmas gift to him. Will help him to keep track of the hours he spend working on the car.

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Nice clock and graphics. Although, from my MOPAR experience, I would venture he'll need two clocks.

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Nice clock.

My first thoughts were: "There's a Plymouth Duster in Sweden?"
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Nice clock.

My first thoughts were: "There's a Plymouth Duster in Sweden?"
Yep, there sure is. A lot of classic cars are imported here. The car he bought spent most of its life in Denver, Colorado.
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