...but only for 15 minutes at the local Omega Boutique....
Very nice and same vintage! Here's the advert from 1966/1967
And I forgot to mention how much I like your BOR bracelet.. fab !!
Were you able to determine yours as a 1967 based on movement number , or just a ballpark based on the model? I know almost nothing about Bulova specifics ...
Great question! So, let's have a look. 1st at the case back. Mine is labeled M6 (1966)
Now let's look at the movement. Mine is M7 (1967).
Given the movement is the more recent of the two, I assume it's a 1967, probably produced in very early '67 with stock of '66 cases still being used-up at the time.
Of course, the back may have been changed at some point, but given how close the two dates are, and the matching patina, I suspect it's more a production overlap.
Hope that helps!!! @Archer knows quite a bit about these and may be able to lend more info as well!
They're cool little Divers. About the same time I got my black one, I saw this white one while I was in Hong Kong, and had to make a matching pair:
No new number for today
Only a couple (clouds) stragglers in the sky & of course my watch catches them.
Happy Sinko de Mayo
Only a couple eh! There is flooding all around us and even a mudslide! These May showers better bring some damn nice flowers! Lol!
Timing how late my daughter's school bus is, everyone forgets how to drive when it rains in NYC
Superalfa valjoux 7736 circa 1970
I'll take that over the 105° today here in Az
Great dress watch as well as a casual wearer.
For the HS Soccer banquet:
Happy Syncho Cinco de Mayo
The ghosts of watches present!
Took a nice sip, smoky with more burn then I remembered and I commented on the burn. Foo girl pointed out it's a 52.3%... well that explains the burn lol.
Happy Cinco de Mayo
Beautiful sunny morning here in Italy and the garden is in full bloom.
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