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I haven't posted for a while but I thought I would share some pics from a recent pickup of a large lot of old movements and parts. I have at least three that I am looking forward to restoring. Some need quite a bit of work but that's part of the fun of it. Here are a few pics I took.














 
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Looks like you are going to be a busy person, have you the cases for any or you going to find a case later?
 

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Looks like you are going to be a busy person, have you the cases for any or you going to find a case later?
Unfortunately I don't have any cases but I will try to hunt them down if possible in the future.
 

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I love this sort of stuff, I've got a small selection of these that i'm using as practice to learn different repair tasks. Good luck with it! Do you have all the parts for the Omega? that looks like a bit of a challenge!!!
 

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The dial on that Omega looks like it's in really great shape!
 

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The omega looks to be missing some parts but I could be wrong. I will soon find out But the dial does look pretty nice.

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