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FS: Remova Poor man's Heuer Camaro Racing Chronograph NEW PICS

From my private collection a 100% original 1970’s Remova Chronograph. Does the model seem familiar? Correct! It is a lot like a Heuer Camaro but at a fraction of the price.
"Heuer, while making some of the finest and most popular racing chronographs of the 1960s under their own name, produced and assembled watches for a number of other brands, including Hamilton, Clebar, Zodiac, Vantage, Buren, Tradition etc... These Heuer-made, other-branded watches were mostly 2- or 3-register chronographs…"

This watch is vintage and in a very nice condition, please see the detailed photos (don’t look to much at the dust) for the exact state. It has a mid-blue -hard to capture on a photo- sunburst dial with lovely applied indices, the subdials are recessed and the minute counter on the right is done in a “bow-tie” red-white pattern. The chronograph hand and the minute counter hand are cool neon orange. The lume on the minute and hour hands as well as the lume on the dial has aged very nicely. The watch has got a “Roulette” style black-red-black-red date disc.
The case is stainless steel, unpolished and the sunburst pattern is still visible on top, no major scratches, see photos. The crystal is beautifully highly domed.
The movement inside is the well-known dependent Valjoux 7734 handwinder.
Watch runs, date switches correctly, and the chronograph starts, stops and resets. No service history, please note that this is an old watch and not as precise as a modern day watch.
This watch comes on a new, unworn, matching black leather racing strap.

The watch will be well packed and shipped insured and registered
€ 349 excl shipping.

Diameter without crown: 39.5mm
Length: 44.5mm
Thickness: 9.5mm case, 13.8mm incl. domed crystal
Caliber: Valjoux 7734 Handwinder Chronograph
Domed Acrylic Crystal
Lug Width: 20 mm
Strap length: 23 cm

I am located in The Netherlands
I am a collector who sometimes has to sell a watch from his collection so that is does not get too large, therefor I am a private seller, I am a regular at Uhrforum, WUS and the dutch "horlogeforum", here is some feedback:[thread]=15247&o=relevance

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