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Mr Levity
Posts : 130
Join date : 2016-12-06
Age : 53
Location : Essex

My Pollymods

on Wed Dec 07 2016, 21:43
I have three mods done by my friend Mike (Pollythecat on WS and SCWF) I'm not entirely sure what was done to any of them !

7017 flyback chrono with Kanji day wheel.



Polly's parts drawer special, a bit of this and that.




And a 66 based "Seikolex", as close to a vintage Explorer as I'll ever get. Laughing

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SeikoJohn
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Join date : 2016-09-19
Age : 46
Location : Middlesbrough

Re: My Pollymods

on Wed Dec 07 2016, 22:40
The idea of polly parts special is great to actually make a working timepiece from parts just laying about is simply wonderful ... oh and not a bad looking finished piece at that

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Re: My Pollymods

on Wed Dec 07 2016, 23:03
I envy the skill to be able to do things like this. They all look great with the last one being my favourite. Very Happy
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