More pics...no second hand!
Longines hasn't gotten back to me yet on the model question.
I am a sucker for vintages, loved the dial, and picked this off ebay. I wasn't prepared for how light this turned out to be... compared to my Breitling this is a feather weight. I had also conveniently not noticed it had no second hand! :001_rolleyes: . I am attaching the pic of the inside of the back case...hopefully it will help ID it.
I saw from your threads earlier that some Longines may not have had "seconds" hands... I am surprised this continued through the 80's if it is from that era. Is this normal?
And the inside automatic rotor makes a racket! like ball bearings without lubricant, spinning metal disk rubbing against back may be. Regardless of the noise, it seems to be keeping time, should I worry?
Can I manually wind this to charge it?
I am just thankful that I didn't get a brick considering its from ebay.