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i happened to see a camaro--

and was curious if the valjoux 72 chrono movement was the only one used, or did they also use the 7734 or any others?

second question, did heuer ever use the non-fluted pushers on any of the camaro models? i haven't seen many heuers (camaro's, or otherwise)around with the exception of some of the older chronos, but i learned a lesson recently that the carrera dato 45's have non-signed crowns originally, and now i wonder if maybe heuer did use non-fluted pushers ever during production?

i've realized i kinda like the camaro's. great pics on otd, btw! thanks to Ralf, Jeff, and other contributors. looks like some catalog pics are being added to the camaro section, any chance of an addition to the master ref. table? i haven't seen much posted on them, any particular reason why? thanks in advance.


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