I recently completed a vigorous and through search for an American made wind up clock. I wanted one, too. Bottom line, (and found on this forum from an '09 thread) is that there are no more American made wind ups! I was really disappointed. If anyone can fire back that I'm wrong, I'm open to be straightened out, and to get hardcore info re where to obtain one of these ancient devices. If you keep looking, you'll probably find, as I did, that the foreign wind ups suck; they don't keep good time and they go to clock heaven within a year. I had to go to bed for two days when I got this dose of reality.
Ah, the memories: I loved watching my grandfather wind up his Big Ben (made in America) every night before going to bed. From the next bedroom, I loved listening to the huge, soothing tick of that baby (actually a Big), and float off to sleep. But then I also so miss the old steam locomotive whistle as it roared passed the house at night. Durn fire but I miss those days and would go back in a heart beat. I'm just lost with all these handheld computer engine thingies that have apps and cameras and all sorts of do-dahs I don't know anything about. And I'm not that old, . . . yet, . . . I don't think. Dinosaurs, American made wind up alarm clocks, honor . . . all gone. I'm ready to leave.