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I am sure you will sell it fast as this is a very nice watch at a very honest price.
Curious to know about the case: I see it has three small "arrow dots" or triangles under one of the lugs, this means the original calibre 11 or 11i has been replaced during a factory service with the "flawless" Cal12 (I have a couple of watches too with these small triangles and cal12).
But I have seen, so far, only one triangle (C11 swapped with C11i) or two triangles (C11 to C12) but never three ones.
Are we discovering a new thing about Heuer?
Anyway congratulations for the watch and good luck with the sale.