Bulova 1963 Engineer

6/10 votes
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Classic 60's style, 10k RGP case and back with a great JB Champion period band.

Added 9/18/2011

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Geoffrey Baker 1963 Bulova engineer watch 12 04 2013
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FifthAvenueRestorations's picture
Posted November 13, 2012 - 7:53pm

apparantly 'We' don't get it.

The subject is the 'ENGINEER'.

"G" or "H" as 2 differing Case colors are not the same variant. 

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William Smith
Posted November 13, 2012 - 8:08pm

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I think you guys are both saying the same thing?  Bobbee's sayiing why he's voting for the Engineer G and Fifth is saying why he's voting for the generic, or would give less than three ticks for the "G" variant listing.  I remember, when I vote, i believe there's a 50/50 chance that it really is one or the other, but we only have a "G" ad on site which best describes the subject watch. 
So by voting for the "G", I'm not saying it's the "G" (as i would give two ticks tentative), I'm saying it most closly matches the ad for the "G".

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Posted November 13, 2012 - 10:23pm

Good, simple explanation Will.

bobbee's picture
Posted November 13, 2012 - 10:40pm

Darren, re. the rectangular appearance of the case, I don't know if you saw my post concerning this in the other Engineer thread, but I think it is down to longtitudinal compression, as if you look you will see that quite a few of the ads I have posted seem to suffer from this, as the dials on even round watches look a little "egg-shaped"!

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Posted November 13, 2012 - 10:46pm

Yes, Bob, I think I'm past the case shape issue. Thanks.

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William Smith
Posted June 11, 2013 - 4:58pm

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Based on the other (recent) Engineer "G" id'ed in the last week or so, this one should also be the Engineer G.  Same logic as explained in both threads.  Consistent.
I doubt that both  the white and yellow gold are the "G" variant, but I don't think we can say which is which, so why not consitently call both the "G" until ads/documentation surfaces to suggest otherwise. 
Either the yellow or gold is G, or they both are G.   I go with the former, but G (consistenly) works for both now.  I'd still give two ticks for G (as I do in the yellow gold version),  but if we are gonna leave this record without variant designation, why did we ID the other yellow gold record to a G variant level?