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JDM Legends and E-Bay- click click click

Discussion in 'General discussion' started by SacCyclone, Oct 17, 2018.

  1. SacCyclone

    SacCyclone
    Z Club Member

    So I'm watching JDM Legends the other night and they show off a RHD import from Japan they just got into the shop. During an overview of the car, they mention and show a cool little Jeco clock sitting on the dash. I of course watch the show with the computer sitting next to me and decide to see if i can find the little clock on e-bay. Sure enough I did and for a low buy it now price. Few clicks and a few days later, the little clock is sitting on my work bench. What a cool time we live in!

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  2. uk66fastback

    uk66fastback
    Z Club Member

    That's quite sweet that Mike. Strange the things you can find on ebay if you look hard enough - !
     
  3. datsfun

    datsfun
    Z Club Member

    Showing my ignorance here - were these standard fitment on JDM supplied cars ?

    Or a cool period JDM accessory?
     
  4. SacCyclone

    SacCyclone
    Z Club Member

    Not quite sure but probably not standard equipment as they sit on the dash, has little metal scrubbers on the bottom to grab the dash and not move around.
    I would take a guess and say they were over the counter purchases if your car had no factory clock.
    Others may have a more accurate answer.
     
  5. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart
    Z Club Member
    Official Trader

    What's the wiring on it - I see none ?
     
  6. datsfun

    datsfun
    Z Club Member

    Wi-Fi. EXTRA;)
     
  7. SacCyclone

    SacCyclone
    Z Club Member

    I have not tinkered with it yet Sean but I think it may be battery operated???
    I will play with it tomorrow.
     
  8. SacCyclone

    SacCyclone
    Z Club Member

    Yes, the information manual provided with the clock in the original box confirms that it is battery operated using a JIS UM-2 (1.5V) battery which is a "C" size here in the states or 14 / R14 in Europe. I will give it a try this week to see if it still operates.
     
  9. Mr Tenno

    Mr Tenno
    ZClub Administrator
    Staff Member Committee Member

    Found this on Google - looks like it came in different colours:

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  10. moggy240

    moggy240 INSURANCE VALUATIONS OFFICER Committee Member

    That's cool !!!!!
     

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