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: movement cal. 1002
I've never seen a Seamaster with a face like that. On the other hand, the back looks pretty real. I am comparing it to the back of the 1965 Seamaster I'm wearing right now.
Another concern I would have, though, is that the movement is missing the engravings I normally see on Omega movements (e.g. Omega symbol, caliber number). Are they covered over in your picture by the flywheel?
Finally, I did a reference number search for 166.092 on the Omega Vintage site and did not come up with anything, although that is not dispositive.