Hi, I was hoping some of you guys might be able to help me out here... I have a gold-filled Girard-Perregaux from the 60's that belonged to my father, a nice little Gyromatic of the 39 jewel variety, no date. It has sat unused for at least 20 years or so. The watch runs for a little bit via the rotor and you can set the time, but the stem winder doesn't turn (which is why my dad stopped wearing it, now that I think about it). Externally it's in good shape except for the crystal, which is scratched and has an actual crack as well. I was interested in getting it fixed up so I took it to a local watchmaker here in the Dallas area who deals with vintage pieces and I was quoted around $250 for a clean-oil-adjustment, new stem & crown (which he says will fix the winding issue), and new crystal and seal. The work would have a six-month warranty. My first instinct was to say "go for it", but I realized I should do the WIS thing and check here at WUS first! So, for those of you familiar with repairing vintage pieces, does this price sound like it's in the ballpark?