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: Viceroy Autavia
: Another watch which needs no introduction. This one is not running
: but is in cosmetically immaculate condition: untouched case is
: perfectly sharp and the brushing's in fantastic shape (I can
: find 4 small scratches). There's gunk on the case but would
: clean fine. Original worn small-holes corfam strap with Heuer
: sun buckle.
: Dial, lume plots and lume on hand, all hands, Heuer-signed crown,
: fluted pushers, rotating tachy bezel: all just about flawless.
: Original plexi has scratches but nothing deep. This looks to
: have been in a drawer for a long time. Serial (274461) and
: reference numbers are pristine.
: Caseback has a few scratches from my (failed) attempt to get it
: open to photograph the cal 12 within (and also features the
: little double-V etching at the edge of the bottom-left lug).
: Again: the watch is currently not running; I'd purchased it
: understanding it was functioning, but it's not. I can wind it,
: and I can hear the rotor go when I move it, and the crown pulls
: out fine, time/date advance fine, but it won't run. Much as I
: enjoy the watch, I don't need another project.
: Asking $2600USD OBO for this over Paypal; happy to work out
: shipping with buyer, and to provide references. Thanks for
: looking, and to Jeff/CT for the space.