The clock is done. Packing it into a U-Haul van for delivery Friday. The clock will be set up in the church, and kept running. Evidently tourists stop in the church for tours, since the church was established in 1634. Interesting. Just as a by the way, the garage door opener as a rewind motor has functioned perfectly. And for only $159.00! Total cost less than $400. A lot less than the cost of an AC motor geared down to drive a 100 to 1 worm drive--usually about $8,000 to $10,000 from quotes I've gotten. I put in an SPDT switch so I can drive the motor up or down. Makes maintenance MUCH simpler. Now off to an 1840-odd Holbrook that a local town wants to auto-rewind. It's gonna be interesting to set up the strike train for auto rewind, but if Seth Thomas can do it, so can I.