Re: Help with My 1967 Timex MarlinMay 21 2012 at 8:23 PM
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|George S |
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For a very small investment of time and money you could get some basic tools and some practice watches to try your hand on first. Your watch has the #24 movement which is the most common movement in the non date type men's watches, though other mechanical movements are quite similar and would provide adequate practice pieces. Sometimes all these need is a little drink of oil to get them running. And most can be made to run without tearing the movement down. Of course, you can get all the free advice you would ever want right here. The worst that could happen is that you could get hooked on this hobby.