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Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:51 pm
By the way, just like the vintage Timex Marlins, the Marlin Blackout has the catalog and movement/year series of numbers at the bottom of the dial's 6 o'clock position.
It reads "20242465"
those numbers would have represented the following:
2024 - Catalog Number
24 - Movement Number
65 - Year of Manufacture
if you look in the parts catalog for the 1965 Marlin the the case color is listed as yellow. this is determined by the third digit. (1) chrome (2) yellow
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That's interesting information, JerseyMo. So with this reissued model, I'm guessing that they put on the numbers just for nostalgia rather than reflecting the actual case color, movement, and year. Still a nice touch though.
Thanks for catching the flub with the watch name I put out with my pictures earlier. I meant to say Timex "Marlin" Blackout. Left it out in my new watch excitement and haste to post.
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