So I received my first vintage Omega this week, and it is quite beautiful. It's a 490 movement from the 60s. Thanks to all of you who helped me choose the right one for me. I took it into the Omega store in NYC this weekend to have it looked at, and I'm happy to report that the entire watch is genuine, original and not refinished. But there is some potentially bad news that I would like your opinions on. The gentleman there ran a diagnostic and determined that the watch was in "bad condition" and not lubricated at all. He showed me some numbers, and one set in particular in which read "X -050 ↓ 182° 6.3↑" and said the "-050" should read "+3." I have no idea what this means, but he said it meant that it needed to be repaired. Then, he said that the company does not import parts for this movement (490) any more and that I would have to have it shipped to Switzerland for 6 months to have it restored at a cost of $700-1000, the option being the only one available according to him. He also said that if anyone else claims they can fix it, they would be dishonest because there is no way they could get the proper parts. Does this jive with you guys? Are there really no other options? I don't know whether I'm ready to part with it for that long, or return the watch. Is there any option short of a full restoration so that I can wear this gorgeous timepiece? Also, assuming that there is really no lubrication (odd because the guy I bought it from claims it was serviced in January, which I believe), how long before it grinds to a halt? Can't I just have someone just lubricate it? It was odd that the Omega store refused to do anything short of shipping it off for 6 months. It doesn't make sense to me. Thanks in advance for any assistance.