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  1. Watching a Minty Timex 400 on Ebay right now running out of time 10 hours left beaurtiful watch The Timex 400 1959 is waterproof does this make it a Marlin as well?? thanks
  2. Hi everyone, I'm Mark from Southern California I have been collecting vintage Timex at local flea markets, garage sales, online and wherever I can get my hands on them for about a year or so. I have cracked a few open out of curiosity but plan to learn how to do simple repairs and servicing. I have enjoyed and appreciated the info that others have shared on this forum, so that's why I joined. Happy to be here!
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