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JayS

'67 Timex Viscount

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In the process of trying/learning to get my Dad's old Timex up and running (again), I've gone through several movements to perfect the art of hairspring destruction. Using the face from my Dad's watch and the best hands/case of the lot, I was able to get a very clean working version. I chose my Dad's face because it has a warmer, champagne-like tint to it, while the others were more silver. The champagne contrasts nicely with the plated case and hands. The crystal also polished up very nicely. Hoping to cherry-up the others with working guts in the future. - j

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