Here is a couple pics of my Bulova Lone eagle. The case and enamal are in very nice shape. It has the 1924 patent date in the inside of the case. it also has an "open nine" on the dial. the downside is that the movement is not the original. it has currently a 16j that dates from 1924. I do have the orginal movement; it dates from 1927. the orginal movement had the pallet frok missing from it i believe. Now it is in parts. i wanted the 16j movement to be used as a parts donor but the watchmaker just swapped movements. the watch runs and stops. it never ran right after i got it cleaned. Do you guys think i should have it fixed up? Should i leave the movement alone or try to find a good 17j one from 1927?