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Here is a wrist shot and photos of the innards of the Caravelle I've been running of at the mouth about!! I must say I'm happy how accurate it's been running and how clean it is inside.
Okay -- I'll leave you all alone now!!! :-d
 

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Just my kind of watch no date diver. Very nice japan made movement possible seiko.
 

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Thanks Rob,
I completely forgot to look for that code!! It's an M8-1968! I forgot they're date coded like a Bulova.
That's a nice clean looking one you've got there too!:thanks
 

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Yeah...too bad the spring on the shock-unit squirted out of my tweezers en-route to the ultrasonic. Sigh. I'm sure it's down here somewhere...
PM me your address and you might eventually see one via Canada Post
 

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Appreciate the thought, but I got that one at a flea market for $2.00, and I don't really collect Citizens or Caravelle's, so save it for a more worthy watch.

Incidentally, I found that the top shock unit is a different size then the bottom. The pierced jewel seems to be the same size, but the cap jewel and spring are different.
 

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Does anybody know how far back the Bulova-Citizen partnership goes? This watch is clearly much older than their Citizen Electronic joint-venture in the 1970s.
 

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The oldest Caravelle I've seen is from 1963
 
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