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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

New! Mustang 50th Anniversary Desk Clock and Thermometer

Check out this cool, new Mustang Desk Clock and Thermometer commemorating 50 years of the Ford Mustang.  It's based on the iconic instrument dash bezel in the first '64 1/2 and '65 Mustangs.

It also has sound!  Click here for the audio sample!

Order Part number AC-782.

Here is the complete description from our web site.

This Desktop Sound Clock Thermometer truly is one-of-a-kind. It commemorates an exclusive Ford Mustang milestone - 50 years of continuous production of this iconic sports car.
This unique desktop clock thermometer features a replica of the sleek, neat 1965 Mustang instrument panel. This panel has an aura of fierce attitude, strength, passion and the highest quality products that the Mustang has come to represent over the years.
A perfect addition to any room, not just garages and man caves, this Mustang 50th Anniversary Desktop Dashboard Sound Clock makes an amazing gift and for that matter, accents any space quite nicely.
Demonstrating the raw power and muscle of the Mustang, an authentic engine sound from the 1965 model growls and roars awake at the top of every hour. These sounds make for a neat reminder that help you keep track of time as you plug away restoring, servicing, tweaking or just hanging around admiring your beloved Pony car. However, when you don't want to hear it any longer, it has a light sensor built in that will deactivate the noise whenever the room is dark.
It also has a wheel to set the time, a volume control knob and a demo button underneath the base of the clock itself.
Click here to hear an sound sample from the clock!







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