Jump to content

DoxaHunter

New Member
  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About DoxaHunter

  • Rank
    New Member
  1. Thanks for the warm reception and I really like this site. I haven’t even put a dent in the mountain of experience and knowledge and wisdom that’s here. The current watch projects I’m working on are: #1 Doxa Sub 300 (no T) from 1967-‘69. I have the complete watch/bracelet minus the dial, (but I’ve got one on the way!) It’s movement is the ETA 2783 and I’m looking forward to finally completing the assembly/build when i get the dial. Doxa Parts (esp vintage) are notoriously difficult to Source, and accumulating the parts/components has taken me over 2 years. (And counting) #2 is a
  2. That Heuer Chrono is stunning. Very clean and sharp printing. Wow.
  3. Wow. That chrono cane out looking great. What are the specs? I really like the no-nonsense dial. What was the inspiration or source material that you built upon?
  4. Greetings to all, I’m new to this forum, and have been active in other online watch-related forums and websites in the past, and have been buying, selling, repairing, refurbishing, modifying, collecting and just plain INTO watches for years. My taste in watches is mercurial, but presently I really like vintage divers, like Doxa, Rolex, Tudor, and a few others. This is just a hobby for me, not a profession, but I have dived in as deep as finances allow, buying tools and components as I came across them. I learned early to not waste $ or time on the cheap stuff, so I try to stay in my lane wit
  5. Greetings to all, I’m new to this forum, and have been active in other online watch-related forums and websites in the past, and have been buying, selling, repairing, refurbishing, modifying, collecting and just plain INTO watches for years. My taste in watches is mercurial, but presently I really like vintage divers, like Doxa, Rolex, Tudor, and a few others. This is just a hobby for me, not a profession, but I have dived in as deep as finances allow, buying tools and components as I came across them. I learned early to not waste $ or time on the cheap stuff, so I try to stay in my lane wit
×
×
  • Create New...