Hi everybody, I have a friend who recently found out that I’m a keen watch collector, and mentioned that he has an “old omega” at home. He brought it next time we met, and was gracious enough to lend it to me for a few weeks. Turns out it’s a 145.022-69! How exciting! I’ve attached some photos, and am seeking any advice you may have. What I know: -145.022-69 -Bracelet is not original, but the endlinks(516) and clasp is original (1039 date 70). -30xxxxxx serial number -crown is a replacement, albeit omega -watch runs, but there is an issue with winding it. The crown “free wheels,” and barely engages. I am unable to pull it out to set the time My questions: -From what I’ve read, a DN90 is the correct bezel for this reference. Right? -Would a 1171/1 bracelet be a correct replacement for now? What endlinks would I need? -Would it be fine to leave the dial and hands as they are? They are very “patina’d” but I’m not too bothered by this. -I’m prepared to sink around $2000 into it for servicing and replacement parts. Is this a fair assumption? Thanks!