Hi all, I've been puzzling for a while about fixing the clocks in my 240 and 260. I know there's a chap in the US who does great work repairing them but it's expensive so I thought I'd have a go at finding a cheaper solution. Pictures show version one of my fix. After quite a bit of faffing with square quartz movements (too big) I found a round one from New Generation Clocks (10mm microshaft Round UTS carriage clock movement - £9.99) and an original-ish looking pair of hands (30mm Black baton microshaft carriage clock hands (MSC T30) - £2.99) which I've shortened and given a few coats of luminous paint (Brian Clegg 100ml luminous paint £6.56 via Amazon Prime). The downside of version one is that you can't adjust the time of the clock externally, so you have to take the clock out of the car to set it, but the battery should last a year or two so that isn't a disaster. I'm looking for a movement with a slightly longer spindle that I can engage with the time adjuster on the front of the clock housing. When I do that I can remote-fit the battery too. In the meantime, I have a working clock again!