I recently inherited my late father's old Speedmaster Pro as a present for graduating college. My dad was the original owner, but my mom has literally had it in her jewelry box since before I was born (nearly 30 years ago). I haven't had the chance to open it up yet but I'm guessing it's a 145.022-69 judging by the non-applied logo dial & the pre-moon caseback. It has an original 1039 bracelet with all 26 links (dated 4/70), but the first one down is slightly dented... is this something that can be fixed with a full service? The markers still have a good amount of lume as they've been sitting in a box, but the caseback has a couple deep scratches that my mom attributes to the watch shuffling around in her jewelry box. Is this something that can be taken care of with a full service as well? Also, the chronograph pushers aren't functioning properly, the start/stop pusher starts the chrono, but the chrono second-hand resets to the original position on a second press & the reset button does nothing. When I first received the watch a week ago, the small chrono hour hand seemed to be set at 3 but is now right before the 5 position, though I haven't ran the chrono for that long because it wasn't working properly. This is my first vintage Omega so I'm not familiar with their full service... if I bring it in, do I need to worry about them polishing/replacing parts or can I be confident that when I receive it back, that it'll still retain its old charm?