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So am I understand correctly that this one was recently "made" from these parts?
We should all collect what we enjoy most, and I am happy to hear that this one appeals to you. I will also add that, having just now browsed through your Instagram feed, you really do have a remarkable collection of the vintage Heuer chronographs and a great eye for them!! So if this "Blueberry" fits in for you, and makes you smile, then that's a fine thing.
I have seen a couple of them in the metal, and they just didn't do it for me . . . they just didn't look right to me. But I fully understand and respect that other collectors may see them differently.
: Hope the insta link works (Photobucket deleted)
: The dial came NOS as did the case, crown, pushers etc and the Vjx 7736, so you are right insofar as it didn't leave Chaux de Fonds assembled but it has the Tool #33 and serial 164xxx.