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Horological Meandering: there is method in the madness

I would agree they can be a good starting point, but the Seagull is SO cheap and it works really well, so one has a known goal to rebuild it in good working order. It is also used as the base (or Unitas 649x) by a couple of the online courses so if LX wants to go further..... it's already in stock.
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By: Rapwatch
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Horological Meandering: I would suggest

Buy: Bergeron 2.5 loupe 4x mag and head ring Medium brass tweezers Screwdrivers 1.6, 1.4, 1.2, 1.0, 0.8 Rodico stick Seagull ST3620 movement Start there and see how you go. 😄 You’ll be able to get everything to bits but for the cannon pinion. Don’t take the spring out of the barrel either. Try and g
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By: Rapwatch
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A. Lange & Söhne: Actually an even better idea is to .....

loan you a watch further up the range. The smart car dealers I know used to do this.
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By: Rapwatch
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Horological Meandering: You need a new formula.

number of watches [n] number of years waiting list [y1, y2, y3......yn] Crazy factor=n divided by sum of years waiting ..........
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By: Rapwatch
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Patek Philippe: Are you thinking a PP "Quai de L'ile"?

In which case I like your thinking. But it shouldn't be a 56 3 hander. I can't see it happening. R
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By: Rapwatch
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Horological Meandering: 3 [nt]

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By: Rapwatch
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Automotive: My Dad had #2 and I had #4.

Non self cancelling indicators too. There was one earler version that had a light on the dash to test the lights on the dash (70s GS?)! Miss you Andre...... R
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By: Rapwatch
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Horological Meandering: I can appreciate this.

My jam was vintage Speedies and got out when all the idiocy started. (See the last Sotheby's auction..... YIKES) R
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By: Rapwatch
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