Other than a couple of hands, I found I had enough parts to build one of my favourite chronographs – the 67-9313 model, often known as the ‘speedy’ due to its resemblance to the Omega Speedmaster. I’d got a spare and complete 8110a movement, along with a case and a well (but nicely :)) worn bezel, as well as a dial, minus its feet. So following purchase of a set of hands, I put together this chronograph beater – one I can wear regularly so that my better example stays out of trouble!:
On a nice chocolate brown leather strap, it looks better on the wrist than the first shot suggests:
The case, back, crown and buttons are in decent original condition:
The movement needed a bit of regulation, since it was running fast, but it’s now keeping very good time.