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Seiko Bullhead make-over

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Seiko Bullhead make-over

Post15 Jun 2014, 22:43

It's amazing what simple tools and a steady hand can do.
Got This Seiko Bullhead the other day on the Bay, I toll the seller to please let it alone and don't polish, leave it alone
looked good on the seller's pictures but on arrival it had a lot of dings and pits on the case but not too bad. I proceeded with a file and fine sanding until I
I got it shiny then brushing with this inexpensive belt sander, it took some courage to do the first approach but manage to calm my nerves and it payed of. I like the results, new crystal, bezel, band and pushers and got myself a winner.
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Re: Seiko Bullhead make-over

Post22 Jun 2014, 22:25

Turned out very nice!!!! Nothing like a little TLC. :Prost:
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Re: Seiko Bullhead make-over

Post25 Jun 2014, 09:07

a classic one and nicely done....it has the looks :-D :dwf:
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