1970 Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark II Racing Dial 145.014

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An awesome early 1970's vintage Omega Speedmaster Chronograph Mark 2 in solid stainless steel with fantastic original factory printed racing dial and hands on its original bracelet, freshly serviced and in excellent working condition, ready to wear!  This watch has a fantastic look on the wrist with its big steel case housing the beautifully detailed and colourful racing style dial with matte gray background with white and red printed details with cream luminous and orange chronograph hands.  The case of the watch has been refinished with a concentric brush on the bezel and looks super sharp.  A superb quality vintage Omega chrono powered by the famous calibre 861 manually wound movement.

Circa: 1970

Style: Sport, Tool

Case: Heavy solid stainless steel case measuring 41mm across excluding the original Omega signed crown, by 45mm lug tip to tip.  Signed on the back with the Omega and Speedmaster logos.  The case has been very nicely refinished with concentric brushed top, polished chamfers and brushed sides, showing some light wear from use.  Signed inside the case back Omega Watch Co, Fab Suisse, Swiss Made, DDE BR. +2750/67, Acier Inoxydable, 145.014 with EPSA case makers mark.  The crystal looks to be original with light surface marks only detectable under reflective light.  Comes on a newer, genuine Omega 1162/173-32 replacement bracelet, the correct model for this watch with 20mm endlinks that fit the case to perfection.  Will fit up to a 7-1/4 inch wrist. 

Dial: Gorgeous original factory printed dial matte grey dial with white, red and orange details, signed Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark II, T Swiss Made T.  In superb condition with beautiful matching original hand set. 

Movement: The famous Omega 861 hour recording chronograph movement is in superb cosmetic and mechanical condition, freshly serviced and keeping great time with all chronograph functions working perfectly.  Signed Omega, Swiss, 17 Jewels, with the serial number in the 32 million range dating it to 1970.