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  1. Foreword: I initially purchased and installed one clock and one thermometer from the Formotion brand. Twice one of the instrument sheared from its brackets. Formotion replaced it free of charge, but when it happened a second time this year in 2023, I came to the conclusion the way the dial is attached to the bracket is too flimsy. I have now installed Marlin's instruments which link is provided herewith. They have several clocks and thermometer faces, I chose white background. Hopefully, they will stay on my Le Mans longer this time. I will let you know if we get any casualty. Photo 1: Formotion Instruments Photo 2: details of the sheared clock from its mount: I found another company, Marlin's; The fixation for the instruments is articulated, and seems a lot more sturdy than Formotion. You can replace the battery in the clock, it is your typical button one. The instruments glow in the dark. Here's how it looks: Photo 3: Marlin's Instruments Photo 4: The holding bracket is articulated you can swivel and tilt the dial, and the clock can be rotated for better view; Photo 5: left hand side. Photo 6: clock details Photo 7: Thermometer details... yes, it is still hot in Texas.... 93F
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