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Considering to let go this beautiful piece in order for others to come…is this stunning and beautiful Seiko Coke 6139-6032 Sports 5, which depicts "FORWARD" just above Speedtimer imprint at 9 o'clock. This is from the year 1971 and after 46 years, it is still aesthetically outstanding as you can see.
This is an extremely rare and hard to find variant of the 6139 model. One of the best examples you can get for a JDM model. Resetting of the chronograph is working perfectly after I manage to change and replace the chronograph hand.
The internal bezel can be manoeuvred to left or right, simply by touching & turning the crown. To change date, you need to press the crown & releasing it quickly, in order to see the date switching to next. For the day to change, you need to press the crown longer than usual & released it slowly.
Matching with the watch is a rare JDM 5 sports bracelet which is also very hard to acquire. As you can see, this bracelet is in pretty NOS condition and has a sticker still left on the inside of the buckle, which I believe, have been kept for storage until now.
Any Seiko lover or chronograph collector can pick this up for US$2,200 or €1,850.00 inclusive of tracked shipping & PayPal. If you have any questions, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Jeff and everyone for viewing.