Good day fellow enthusiasts I am considering buying this gorgeous Heuer Camaro 7220 T with an exotic dial. It looks in my opinion stunning. The serial number is in the correct range for a third series 7220 T exotic. To my eyes the case is perfect and the dial has taken a gorgeous "Limoncello" shade. movement looks ok to me also (v72) What strikes me as odd is the orange seconds counter and the subdial hands. All the other exotic dialed Camaros I've seen have a distinctive shape to the seconds counter , see below Photocredit: @bazamu /bazamu.com Additionally the subdial counters are thicker and stubby and more chunky than on the one I am considering. I am wondering wether someone just took a regular S,T or N seconds counter and painted it orange at aome point in the life of this watch and changed the subdial hands too. Maybe all the tobacco and cigar smoke that patinated the dial beautifully didn't work as well on the original hands? Thoughts?