Hi guys, since I just finished my latest restoration project, I thought the result might be worth sharing. It was during a great GTG that the watch I am writing about, a Seamaster 300 ref. 165014-64 found its way to my collection through a trade with a nice fellow watch collector. As I started taking the watch apart right away to restore it, I unfortunately didn't spend time on taking a proper before-picture. Here is all I got: First step was taking the watch apart. It is worth pointing out that since I am not a watchmaker I do not touch movements. However, I like playing around with the rest of the parts of my watches and do some restoration. After a good cleaning of all parts, I started with repainting the running second hand white with a touch of patina to make it not look as bright white as a new hand would look. After that, I started mixing up some old tritium paint to relume the dial and hands. I know that a relume is not to everyones taste, but since I use old material I see myself doing restoration work rather than destroying the originality of the watch. Also, there was no lume left anyways. Next up was the bezel. As with most of these watches, the plastic of the bezel ring broke off and fell apart. I speed quite a some time thinking how I could restore it. I am still playing around with it and learning a lot but I think the first result is quite okay. now finally some after-shots. let me know what you think!