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I agree with what Rob has posted.
It would be rare to find a proper dial for sale. My guess is that a perfect original dial would sell for more than $1,000.
Not sure about the price of a nice set of hands. Maybe in the $500 range, but this is just a guess.
And then there is the matter of the case ? ? ?
Doubtful that this sort of project makes financial sense.
: Problem is, you cannot get an OEM dial and handset for $500
: The cost of completing the project would exceed buying a proper
: example in the first place.
: I'm personally not interested, but for argument sake, if you