I need to decide how to proceed with repair of my client's watch so it can be sold. It is a Rebberg movement Rolex Canadian Army silver hinged case last serviced in 1994 and running until recently. I sent it to Classic Watch Repair in Hong Kong due to low prices and great reviews here. However he has been hard to communicate with - has had it for 5 months - restored the dial & replaced the stem. Still needs parts to repair movement which only keeps time when on the flip side as well as repair the hinge. He is having trouble finding parts he says. My client is getting very anxious. Shall I just take it back and sell it as is (he is only charging me $150 + shipping), or keep waiting, or send it somewhere else?