I get very lucky, and Cousins actually have the original Omega hand that’s missing!
The 1012 looks very similar to the 1020, with only minor differences.
The dial could be in better condition, but it’s not bad considering the age of the watch.
The bottom plate.
The wheel train. The little white plastic on the left is to stop the balance when the crown is pulled out fully for the hacking second feature. Odd that somebody felt compelled to scribble on the auto-winder bridge…
All parts ready for the cleaning machine.
A new mainspring goes in.
The movement comes back together.
Top plate together and balance swinging.
The setting mechanism on the bottom plate.
The new second hand looks pretty good!
Now I can case the movement.
Back to its old glory.
Neil sent a new bracelet to fit, as the current one is too short for him. Looking good!