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    Originally posted by Mikeodandy, post: 3345754, member: 0
    That's the goal haha, failing hard so far but I'm going to do my best! Good luck on your anatomy exam dude, don't forget your femurs, tibias, extensor and flexor muscles!
    Haha thanks. You too

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      SHARE YOUR SKILLS!
      Summary of the best tutorials

      MY WORKS
      Directory of my builds and reviews

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          Omega: 2 x Seamaster 300 Master Co-Axial Liquidmetal \ Speedmaster Apollo XVII \ Seamaster The James Bond 007 - 50th Anniversiy Ceramic \
          Aqua Terra Grey Dial 007 \ Seamaster Diver 300 Blue Dial \ Planet Ocean CrPO 42mm Noob \ Vintage Seamaster 300 Military \
          Rolex: Daytona 2016 116500 modded \ GMT Master II 16710 Red/Black \ Yacht-Master 116622 Noob Grey Dial \ Submariner 116610 Hulk \ Datejust blue dial \
          IWC: Portugese Chrono 3714 \ Top Gun Chrono PVD

          Tudor: Heritage Black Bay Bronze \ Heritage Black Bay Red Bezel
          Porsche Design: Flat Six Chronograph P6000 - A7750
          Montblanc: Timewalker GMT - Swiss ETA 2836-2

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            Tonny 6538 - Phong 5512 PCG - HR 6538 - Silix 6538 - 5500 Explorer - Jmb 6610 - Cartel 5513 - 1675 - 6542 -Decals dials - 6538 cases

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              It doesn't just tell time. It tells history.
              Genuine Movement Rolex Builds Thread

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                WANTED: ROLEX 6541 Milgauss Faraday Cage / Case back
                Too many watches...not enough time...

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                  @interaktiv, that's a charming 7031/0. Can't find anything non-GEN-looking on it, and I absolutely love the patina, especially on the hands.
                  Can you give me some details about the built and the specs?

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                    “How do you define real? If you're talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste and see, then real is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain”

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                      Originally posted by Hesekiel, post: 3347522, member: 0


                      @interaktiv, that's a charming 7031/0. Can't find anything non-GEN-looking on it, and I absolutely love the patina, especially on the hands.
                      Can you give me some details about the built and the specs?
                      Thank you my friend!

                      Watch has the following specs:

                      The case I bought from MQ. Of course, I worked a bit (all edges refined) and added a special patina (steel browning), so that it gets the look of a 45 years old watch! I replaced the MQ Crown and Tube with one of Athaya.







                      The dial I bought at Phong.

                      As Movement I used an original Dugena 4003 (Valjoux 7734). I bought it at Ebay in NOS condition and converted in 45 min chronograph.

                      The Hands I have bought at MQ, but am not particularly satisfied with it! In the next days, I'm still waiting for a few hands of Phong and Yuki and then I see which will be replaced.
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                        Originally posted by Sbybbuser, post: 3338552, member: 0




                        Looks cool in a strange way


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                        My god.

                        Is that gen?
                        Gens: Rolex 228238, Rolex 1675/8, Rolex 1675, Rolex 1680, Rolex 116233, Rolex 18038
                        Reps: Always changing....

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                          Originally posted by Bart Cordell, post: 3347241, member: 0

                          What did i miss? Cool thing.

                          There is a fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness."

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                            1974 Geneve

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                              1940's Vtg Rolex Oyster Perpetual Stainless Steel 2940 Bubbleback Watch

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                                So hard to capture a good pic of this thing...

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