After posting about a repair to a Enicar sherpa, I got the idea of repairing one of mine.
This Tudor I bought around 1979-80 on the west coast at a pawn shop on Hastings street Vancouver
. I was living in Nova Scotia in 1985 when I decided to get my watch cleaned and the crown replated [the gold was flaking off].
After about four weeks I got the watch back. They removed the crown, stripped all the gold off and sent it back with the watch in a little baggy. They installed a stainless one, :(
I wore the watch for about a week and found that it would only run for about 8 hours, so I parked it.
25 years later [ today] I brought it out of hiding and took some pics.
This is a little different than other ones on Ebay. Mine says 25 "rubis" instead of "jewels".
The rotor bearings are hidden - cant see the little ball bearings.
The balance wheel has little screws all around the perimeter.
ETA 2484 could not find it on DR Ranfft's site.