First of all, if these aren't "vintage" enough please feel free to move/delete.
Found a Citizen Digi/Ana/Temp and an old Candino Space Rock manual winder, basically in a pile of junk metal (Think screws, rusty knives, old bottle openers etc.) - I payed the equivilant of 10 Euro for the pair, and both seem to work well, plus i like the look of them. However i'd appreciate any information about them, especially the Candino (I know the company, since i own a quartz Candino) since i cannot find much at all.
The Citizen i found quite a bit of info about already - Needs a bit of a polish to the crystal but overall it's in reasonable shape considering the age and where i found it. All functions seem to work, including the light but the buttons are a bit hard to press sometimes - Maybe cleaning them a bit will help.
The Candino looks 70'ish to me, As you can see it was quite heavily scratched, i spend an ungodly amount of time yesterday polishing the crystal, there is a few marks still but i hope i can get rid of them. The case is in pretty good nick, after a polish - The back wont ever be pretty again i'm afraid.
Does anyone have any idea about the movement? There is like an extra backplate inside that clicks into the plastic surrounding the movement.
Also, what is the deal with the rocket on the back? And what could the big P.S. mean? Any trick to getting the caseback straight? It was crooked when i found it, and i cannot tighten it enough to make it sit straight.
Finally, if anyone has a suggestion for a good looking (Affordable) strap for the Candino it would be appreciated!
Thanks for your time, and sorry if this post got a bit long!