I think what he is telling you is that you'll need to buy a new bezel. There isn't any way that the dent can be repaired on the existing bezel. Well, I suppose anything can be repaired...for a price, it would be much cheaper just to replace the bezel. If it where me I'd just live with it, it looks kind of small. However, if it bothers you, replacing the bezel is the cheapest way to go.
Hey, it is half the fun. I saw that Apollo 17 on ebay and put in my high bid days ago...last four hours of the auction my price got blown out. It looks like that Apollo LE isn't going to go for less then $1750-$1959 no matter what the condition is on the bay. It's wild I have one that has never been worn that I have listed on various forums for $2150. I am starting to think the hell with it and wear the thing. I could probably get a few hundred dollars of joy out of it and then sell it in worn condition! It looks like the "never worn" condition isn't worth the extra couple hundred bucks:-s
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