I actually bought this watch brand new when I was in college. Even smoked the carton of Viceroys to get the deal for $88.00. On the lugs it has 11630 and 291XXX. In my internet research this SN seems really high for a Viceroy model, is it possible one of the times I sent it back to Heuer they used a different case, or sent me a knew watch. I really can't remember. It is the highest SN I can find in my research. It has a case with the pushers only exposed on the back. At least three times I knocked the pusher off. Sent it back to Heuer USA or whatever it was called then and after a long time I would get the watch back. I think they fixed it free twice and I paid once but can't remember how much. About 1974 I knocked off another pusher and didn't have the money nor the inclination to fix it, and gave it to my mother for safekeeping. I was going through a drawer of mine recently and found the watch and band. Still doesn't run, and still is missing a pusher. After more than 40 years sitting out of the sun it is dial and hands wise in great condition. It has scratches on the crystal the band ( blank leather perforated) has seen better days, but the clasp is still good. and it still is functional. I would like to sell it. I will never wear it again as I am too rough on the pushers and that is why a have a Rolex Sub. So should I get it fixed, or sell it as is? If I sell as is what would be a good EBAY starting price? If I get it fixed what would be a good starting EBAY starting point? If I get it fixed who do I use. I know not to polish the case nor change the dial or hands. There are recommendations not to use Tag Heuer vintage repair service. Somebody said to use a watchmaker in Belgium with a first name Abel, but his site is down and I would rather not ship outside the USA. I have used Nesbitt's in Seattle for rolex along with another repair place in Chicago that was authorized for Rolex, but I can't find the name of the shop anymore. So what are my choices and what should I do. Any and all opinions are welcome. Thanks for advice in advance.