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The 1570 is a well-respected movement from all I've heard. I've got a 1560 which has been a workhorse. He says all original, but looks like to me there's been some parts replacement--not a problem unless you're a vintage purist. All in all, a nice watch.

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What do you think has been replaced?
Nothing in particular. It just looks awfully clean for a 35 yo watch--particularly when compared to the case which doesn't show quite the same degree of maintenance--so I assumed someone had done some overhauling. I didn't mean to suggest anything major. Not sure when Rolex went with those red reversing wheels, so they may be correct for the watch. My 1560 didn't have them (though it does now), but it dates about a decade earllier.

Here's an interesting link to a watchmakers blog where he discusses Rolex calibres and mentions the 1570:

Tick Talk » The next generation of Rolex Calibers

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