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  1. abrod520 Jan 23, 2016

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    Blizzard tradition: Go get a bunch of donuts and hot chocolate/coffee then sit around all day. Great combination :thumbsup:

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  2. Giff2577 Quick with the tools! Jan 23, 2016

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    Nice bezel and bracelet!

    Rough looking "not working" textured dial 2577 arrived yesterday. I threw it on a tropic for today as it surprised me by running just fine after setting the time. I'm looking forward to this project. I hope it cleans up! image.jpeg
     
  3. italy1861 Jan 23, 2016

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  4. Taddyangle Convicted Invicta Wearer Jan 23, 2016

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    Plan to go mt biking later today. Just fixed a flat tire with my good friend, Ed White. Been hanging out with him on Tuesday's.


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  5. TexOmega Jan 23, 2016

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    Felsa right before the change to AS
     
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  6. Baz9614 Jan 23, 2016

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  7. arkstfan Jan 23, 2016

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    New strap on 1949 Elgin Hunter. Folks at my local jewelry store enjoy oohing and aahing vintage watches. Found out one lady's dad was a watchmaker one of the men complained their watchmaker had moved to Memphis.
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  8. Mick Tock Jan 23, 2016

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    Great, so you just hit the transition.

    My Airman with the same dial was erroneously described as having the Felsa movement, but I found the A. Schild cal. AS1701, which was modified for zero-stop, too.

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  9. MMMD unaffiliated curmudgeonly absurdist & polyologist Jan 23, 2016

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    A3630 today.
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  10. mozartman ♫♭♬ ♪ Jan 23, 2016

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    Love all those valuable vintage Speedies, but in a major blizzard like today's, this one's for me -- never been serviced, regulated, adjusted or repaired in 14 years. Only the strap has been replaced. :)
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  11. Garv no longer a member of the terminally hip Jan 23, 2016

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    Afternoon change
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  12. usfpaul82 Jan 23, 2016

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    Speedy
     
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  13. Billyp7718 Jan 23, 2016

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    My first Swiss Auto I purchased in 08. Where the addiction started. [​IMG]
     
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  14. Optimizer13 Jan 23, 2016

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  15. Mad Dog Married to MacGyverette! Jan 23, 2016

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    Couple pics from today with the faithful 6309-7049...

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  16. CdnWatchDoc Jan 23, 2016

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    Hey MadDog-how goes the flying with all this Snow-mageddon out there? I see you are flying out of "Minn"-are the schedules all FUBAR?
     
  17. Mad Dog Married to MacGyverette! Jan 23, 2016

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    We've been flying over it and around it...luckily none of our departures or destinations have been affected (so far) regarding the four day rotation we're flying. Also, I'm based out of Cincinnati, OH...Delta's smallest pilot base.
     
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  18. dougiedude Carpe horologium! Jan 23, 2016

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    Guess you're due... at least, if you want another 14+years out of 'er...:thumbsup:

    ... and that one is definitely worth it!
     
  19. TexOmega Jan 23, 2016

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    Yes, Emre, The Glycine Guru, helped date it to late 1960 with the serial #, and my watchmaker confirmed a Felsa 692N movement inside.
    It also has the 10 sided screw back and non-cross-hatched crowns indicating an early incarnation.
     
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  20. D YOUNG Jan 23, 2016

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    Is the bracelet the original ZODIAC expansion type?