Wasn't sure if this is the right section, if it isn't let me know and I'll see if Mods can move it. I've found a Breitling Jupiter that I'm interested in but the seller states that it needs a new movement. I'm having a hard time finding anything since the watch is 20+ years old now. I'm going to keep looking to see in general what movements cost to replace inBreitlings. From what I can gather so far the watch is a 88-93 model, trying to narrow it down to exact year, waiting on the seller. Be easier to know what to offer, he has come down to $500 shipped but I think he'd come down more as well. http://m.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-BREITLING-SWISS-MADE-ETA-VALJOUX-7750-MOVEMENT-/262793264538?hash=item3d2fb2fd9a:g:RAEAAOSwnHZYRjBc&_trkparms=pageci%3A1233166e-d742-11e6-bece-74dbd180ba2c%7Cparentrq%3A88ce67a11590a5e181029ce0ffbc3ec4%7Ciid%3A8 Still trying to figure out what the movement would be, best source I can find doesn't have the information though: http://forums.watchuseek.com/f39/br...ification-91.html#/topics/91?page=1&_k=wvexcb Found this source I'll look at http://kronometric.org/review/jp/jp.html Found the movement cal .59 ebauche Miyota Cal. 3S10.