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It's been a while since I've seen a Camaro up for sale, so adding some year-end funk to the FS section here. See below for the condition report:
Case: Case is unpolished and devoid of any serious scratches or damage. Original sunburst finishing is still crisp and facets around the case remain sharp. Pushers are also original and correct. This is what I would consider a terrific example of the Camaro shape / form.
Dial / Handset: Dial and hands are original and correct for the 7220ST. Both show matching shades of pumpkin-colored lume and all lume plots are present. The dial has minor markings near the 3 o'clock and 6 o'clock subdials. Under a loupe, it is unclear to me if they can be cleaned / blown off. There are also a couple of scuff marks on the outer edge of the dial that are barely visible. While I consider the dial to be in good shape, I have priced this example attractively due to the minor imperfections. As always, please see the hi-res pictures for all detail.
Movement/Caseback: Caseback is correct and in good shape. The reference 7220 is powered by a Valjoux 72 movement. I wore the watch for a full day and tested chronograph functions 10+ times in that stretch. The watch is keeping great time and chronograph functions perfectly (start, stop, and reset). Unfortunately, I was not able to remove the caseback with a friction ball, so in the event that the buyer opens the caseback and the movement has any visible issues, I will accept a return with no questions asked. Given the watch's timing performance and general state of preservation, I do not anticipate there is any underlying corrosion or damage.
Bracelet/Strap: The watch will be sold on the strap pictured, which matches the patina perfectly and has been only lightly worn.
My price is $5,000 net to me with payment via PayPal (sent "Friends & Family," add 3% if that option is not used) or direct bank wire. US sale strongly preferred. Face-to-face in Denver is also welcome for local buyers. Finally, I have plenty of references available as a buyer and seller that I can provide if necessary. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Instagram @bazamu.