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I am desperately looking for an hour hand (white or red, no matters) for an Autavia 1163 GMT 3rd exec. or Autavia 11630 GMT (1st exec. with white subdials, or 2nd exec. with grey subdials).
The hour hand for a Cal14 GMT movement is different from any other hour hand for Cal11 / 12 / 15 because the hole has an inner diameter of only 1.60mm instead of the standard 1.80mm... in fact the hour wheel of a Cal14 GMT has a smaller diameter in the hand holder to leave room for the outer 24 hours GMT wheel (and its "paddle-shaped" yellow hand).
In conclusion: if you have an hour hand for an automatic '70ies Heuer movement with microrotor and the inner diameter measures 1.60mm probably is for an Autavia GMT with cal.14 movement.
Willing to pay good money (depending on the condition of the hand).
Thank to anyone will help and to Jeff for this space.