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Re: Heuer Camaro
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congrats, good choice, i 100% agree, the Heuer Camaro caseshape is what makes it so nice and outstanding...together with the original casefinish (posished sides w. starburst finish on top)the Camaro is unbeatable. i have resp. have had the Val72 3 register and the Val 7734 (2 reg. w. date) and the 2 register without date (7730) and I'd suggest the 3 register because the movement is really far better than the other ones. i surely also liked my 7734 one with the date a lot, but the comparable "cheap" 7734 really bothered me because it was ticking just too loud.
A dual coloured Val 72 Camaro would be the keeper par excellence, but this one surely is pretty difficult to find. ...good luck, and please let me know if you need further assistance, I`d be happy to help.

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