Am I alone in thinking $900+ for a stock Miyota (or ETA for that matter) in a pretty dress is a lot?Then I found out Autodromo Group B. The want is strong. I have not been a fan of the design on Autodromo's previous automatic watches, but this one is pretty perfect mix of automotive references and watch design.
I was about to say that. Leave it as is, it looks "right".After Europe, it spent most of it's life in the high desert air of Utah.
I have emailed Longines about the watch, they have a whole department for historic and vintage watches. If the crystal has been replaced already, I will try to replace it with NOS or as close as I can get. If it is original to the watch then I'm not going to touch it.