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Hey Guys- Still a noob here but just wanted to see which reps and AD's you think have the best or most undetectable rolex reps? I am looking for something that only a jewler could determine as a rep or as close as reps can get to that. If this really isn't a possibility and it very well could be, then should I just be scouring the forum for franken watches that have the important gen pieces (whatever those may be)? Sorry for the presumable noob questions but I figured it was worth a shot and you guys might hook me up with some valuble info/ lessons in this whole ordeal.
One of my favorite watches is my 1665 DRSD with a gen 1570 under the hood. I've been gathering parts to build a 1665 Comex to complement it for some time. After several setbacks, I decided to pick up an already built 1665 DRSD (yes, I now have 2) with a beautiful 1570 in there as well. As i debate which dial to sacrifice, I'm reaching out to all the experts. Both dials are beautiful but very different. My original one has only a faint tint of yellow in it - almost whitish creamy. The new dial is more yellow/orange. I like them both. I swear they are the same dial except for the col
Hi guys, It's been a few years since I visited RWG, since I quit reps and my life is just too busy. Now I still have this 1665 that I would love to get a gen caliber 1570, however... who to turn to these days? Besides that I also have some thing laying around that I'd like to sell, like a Datejust (original Rolex case, jubilee bracelet, dial, crystal and crown, Tudor hands and ETA mvt.), several Panerai parts like gen crowns, etc. I really have no clue anymore what to ask for most of the parts. I hope some one will be so kind to helping me to sell the DJ and parts and find someone to wo