A couple weeks ago I drove 50 miles one way to a rural area just south of Grass Valley, Calif., to pursue a CL ad for an estate sale that claimed to have lots of vintage ham radio stuff. I get there and it is 38 F outside. Turns out the guy was mainly a CB geek-a couple old 23 channel CB rigs, a half dozen small power supplies, and of course magnetic antennas. He had plastic bins full of weird WW2-era electronics parts that were poorly labeled so I had no idea of what the specs were, maybe he'd gotten them at auction somewhere. I did see this item, all I noticed at the time was "frequency counter" on the front and two SO jacks on the back, so I paid him $5. When I finally got home and could feel my hands/feet/nose again, I realized what I had was a 1970s era UTC clock. The only ID on it is "Pride Electronics" and "TF-1000 Time/Frequency Counter". The back. I have no idea why a clock would need "RF INPUT/OUTPUT" unless it was intended to sync to WWV somehow. I also have no idea what that watt switch is for. Closer look at the logo. I have no idea why it has a red LED in the middle. The LED display looks similar to the one Heathkit used for their UTC clocks in the mid to late 70s, so I'm guessing this is from that era. 1970s LED UTC clocks seem pretty hard to come by, most were apparently run into the ground. Last time I checked Ebay the prices were jaw dropping. Does anybody know anything about this puppy? I figure that Google would probably be pointless with such an odd item, so I decided to just go ahead and ask y'all on QRZ first.