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In Response To: Camaro 7220NT ()

I've been speaking with Andrew behind the scenes but in case anyone is interested-yes it is OK to have no 'T' on the dial for some later 7220s-particularly in the 'exotic' styles.

: I am fairly new to this forum and would be grateful for some
: advice. I am looking to purchase a 7220NT and found one that has
: been for sale for quite some time. In reviewing OnTheDash and
: other sites, the 7220NT all appear to have the tritium
: "t" marking on the dial. I only see dials without the
: "t" on later Valjoux movement Camaro's. Is it correct
: to have a 7220NT without the tritium marking on the dial? Any
: other advice would be welcomed.

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