In 1988 a former Bodyguard of Bill Clinton got a old Rolex Submariner from his father in law.
He thought this is a cheap fake, and put it in an old box in his garage.
He always thought: " a real Rolex would not scratch up like this, so it must be a fake"
Over the years two times thieves stole things , like a set of tires or a power washer, out of the always unlocked garage.
But nobody was interested in the ugly Rolex fake.
Arround ten years ago three roofers repaired the roof of the garage. On of the workers noticed the Rolex, and the owner told him, :" It's yours for ten bucks" But the roofer declined.
So isn't it sad, that almost a quarter of a century nobody is interested in this one:
Btw , watch is running fine after all this years
Is it possible to refit the lume dot from the second hand?