Hi guys, I'd really appreciate any advice here. My 80yr old father recently retired, and consequently has more time on his hands than he's had for the previous 60 years. He's an engineer and pretty good with his hands; he built a few model sail boats last year, but got bored with the after the 3rd one I was thinking that he might like to have a go at building a clock to keep himself occupied in the winter. I'm looking for suggestions about where to begin sourcing a suitable clock building kit, as most of what I see online tends to either assume extensive experience, or it's aimed at children. Ideally I'd like something: Of medium size, like a carriage clock Something that might look ok on the mantlepiece or wall once it's done That doesn't require a workshop to build, just hand tools. No casting up escapements Preferably no electronics or batteries, if possible Good starter project that might get him interested. Anywhere from 20-100 hours build time Ok, I admit, that's a pretty narrow set of criteria, but you get the gist of what I'm after, so I'm open to all suggestions. Thanks!