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About Jeremy

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  • Birthday 02/27/1978

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    Watches, clocks, guitars, cars, James bond.

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  1. Looks just like my old cat Egyptian, has the same stripe down the nose. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  2. Hi I was trying to find out if there is another movement that replaced and would be compatible to a Seiko 4303a. Thanks ,Jeremy.
  3. You can see every detail. Awesome piece of equipment. Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  4. I don't know. But my favorite is number 3 Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  5. Welcome Federico you will love the forum. I can't get enough. Tons of valuable knowledge. Great people. Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  6. That is awesome. I love clocks and the different stories the tell. I will keep looking for a long case to work on. I love the amount of knowledge you have with clocks. I love the eBay questions. Keep up the good work. When I posted on this thread none of the other comments showed up, till I posted. I was a little too late. Ha ha.
  7. I haven't worked on any longcase Clocks yet. But everything about this clock seems wrong the case looks newer and the movement something out of Frankenstein. It looks like parts don't belong. The case looks like the door won't close because it's too long up top. I can't wait to see what it is. I didn't see the pendulum. If it was as old as they say, the pendulum would be amazing and I would rip the door off to see it. Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  8. Good thing they didn't list it as a drum machine
  9. Thank you soo much noirrac1j. I finished it. Had some trouble with the spring shooting across the room. Found it about half an hour later with a giant magnet. Used peg wood to make sure it didn't fly off the next go around. You rock! could not have done it with out the detailed photos. Here it is complete.
  10. Thank youthat should help out a great deal. Thank you for the wonderful pictures.
  11. Fake. Dial, the second hand looks wrong. It looks like an invicta with a Rolex dial.
  12. That is an awesome!! I'm trying to find a lathe too. I recently ran into a problem with screws for an invicta watch that were stripped and missing some length. I thought to myself if I had a lathe I would have just made four new screws. If any one knows of a lathe for a beginner let me know. Thanks Jeremy.
  13. Hello Jeremy,

    My direct email is playing up at the moment. I don't know whats wrong with it apart from I can't send emails. I got your email with the pictures. I will be getting back to you about bushing your clock. I need to find the tools with links for you so you will know what you need to undertake the task.


    1. Jeremy


      Thank you so much.:woohoo-jumping-smiley-emoticon:


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