The vintage of the family
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    The vintage of the family

    This mexican Haste de Luxe, with swiss Buren movement has been in the familiy for nearly 60 years. First my grandfather, then my father and now in my wrist, and still working without problems and with minimal maintenance.

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    Re: The vintage of the family

    Very nice condition too.
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    Re: The vintage of the family

    The only problem with Mexican watches is that they quit running everyday at noon for about an hour.
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    Re: The vintage of the family

    Classic styling. Is that dial iridescent? It looks to have a pearlish quality.
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    Re: The vintage of the family

    It's a healthy habit.
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    The only problem with Mexican watches is that they quit running everyday at noon for about an hour.

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    Re: The vintage of the family

    Yes, it's lightly pearlish
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    Classic styling. Is that dial iridescent? It looks to have a pearlish quality.

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