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Vintage Watch Thread (Pre-1990's watches only)

jiredell

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I have been dressing very casually of late, as the summer months come upon us. Nonetheless, I try to keep my vintage watches in the rotation. Citizen Bullhead today:
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jiredell

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OMG, look how beat up that watch looks! From what I understand, I'm better off taking the bezel off and spray-painting it, than I am getting a new, after-market, one. There's that. I don't necessarily mind how beat up it looks tho. Should I even try to rehabilitate it? It works great BTW.
 

The Thai Gent

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Those gorgeous Gold Seikos are available from Yahoo japan , I saw 6 for sale all around 2K.
I would definitely grab another one if i could get it for 2k because if I’m not mistaken this particular gold model only comes in solid 18k gold case rather than gold capped :)
 

Guccinski L.V.

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I have number of favorite vintage makers: Angelus, Universal Geneve, Frank Muller all come to mind. What are yours?
 

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