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I respect the OP's right to do what he wants with his watch. If and when he chooses to sell it, he can show a photograph of it and call it out and fully disclose it and be transparent and so forth. I gave him the benefit of the doubt to do the right thing if and when a sale ever happens.

And even if he didn't, it's a minefield buying used watches. When I buy a watch that I have not seen a photograph of the movement or had it described, I know I am aking a risk. And you better believe I price it accordingly assuming the worst.

I've seen more than my fair share of Mercedes S-Classes running on Cooper tires! What am I going to do, leave a note under his windshield wiper?
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