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Thread: FS: Heuer Montreal watch - Rare Blue Dial - restored and recently serviced

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    FS: Heuer Montreal watch - Rare Blue Dial - restored and recently serviced

    Time has come to let go of some of the treasures. I need to start prepping to build my Targa that has been on the wait list for the past 2 years.... So I'm converting some less important things to cash to buy the parts I still need ....

    A lot of you drive around with Heuer Chronograph decals... I happen to have the watch to go with that.
    This is a fully restored Heuer Montreal with the rare dark blue dial. (most of them were black). A true vintage watch from the 70's.
    The watch was completely overhauled a little over 5 years ago and has had a full service last week.
    Case, pushers, crown and bracelet were redone in original finish with sanding and polishing 5 years ago.
    Movement is completely overhauled, worn parts replaced, oiled and regulated, new Crystal (saffier in stead of mineral glass)
    I've only worn it occasionally when I felt the watch needed to match the blue suit, so office hours only and its still in great condition.
    The clasp has some surface rubbing from the desk, but no real scratches, chrystal still scratch free, as is the case.
    It has been given a service last week, because it was not keeping time correctly recently.
    Selling it for what most of these will cost you in good used condition, this one is like new.

    $3250
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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    Good Honest Piece Of Time

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    Watch was completely overhauled 5 years ago and has had service last week, can't find a better one in the market at this price level in blue.
    Length of the wristband + watch in fully extended is 19cm and a spare link of 0.5cm is available.

    Porsche Vintage watches here:
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    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...rfina-Restored
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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    Reduced to $3150
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    2.2T 1971 Targa - Tangerine German Delivery - In lomg term restoration
    2.4T 1973 Coupe - Long term ST 2.8 TwinPlug project - Almost done
    2.4T 1972 Coupe - 911R inspired HotRod with 3.0L - Gone to a friend
    2.4S 1973 Targa - #897 of 925 - Sold halfway though restoration
    2.2T 1971 Targa - Sold to finance the S

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