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  • conway 30 and voyager

    newly acquired, need work

    conway 2001722 and 11064
    voyager 636.3377.4 (could be 3877 also, difficult to tell)

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  • #2
    conway 2001722 and 11064
    Your Conway is from 1973, apparently, when the reference numbers changed to the longer style:
    Conway 20 11064 625.3090.4. 1973 1979 25,000


    voyager 636.3377.4 (could be 3877 also, difficult to tell)
    The nearest numbers to your Voyager I could find are these:
    Voyager 636.3362.2. 1981 1987 14,000
    Voyager 636.3363.4. 1981 1987 12,000
    That suggests yours is from a similar time period.

    Cheers,
    Brad
    Time is Money, except on Dark Side of the Moon

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    • #3

      Looks like a couple good project watches that should yield two very nice Rados.
      Congrats Abhay.
      BTW...its always nice to see current realtime pix.

      Peace...Scott

      I glance at my wrist more often just to look at my RADO than to see what time it is.


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      • #4
        Thanks Brad and Scott. The local Rado service center is ready to service and repair my 5 Rados for about $80 each. I think I will just go for that.

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        • #5
          Doesn´t sound bad - the prices of the official Rado service I heard before had been a multiple of that.
          IMHO all of them are worth it. A little bit of polish(and replating the ladies´ model), and they all look fine again - inside and outside.
          Best regards, Mike
          vintage-rado.de

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          • #6
            That is a good deal.
            Solve all your doubts through question mode.

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