Hi guys, I'm looking to buy this watch from a local seller but I'm a little bit confused so hopefully some of you Heuer historians can clear this up. As far as I'm concerned the timeline goes something like this: -8440 is the original quartz and it's french manufactured -It gets renamed 908.006 and production moves to Switzerland -Then with the expansion of the line came 980.006L with smaller case and the '1000' on the dial -Then after the merger came the 980.006N with the TAG Heuer logo and the '1000' moved to the bottom So I'm not sure where this example fits in the timeline, I have looked and looked on google images and all the 'TAG Heuer' dials have the N suffix, only 'Heuer' dials have the L suffix. Is it possible that this one came from an early batch before the letter was changed since I've read that both L and N cases are basically the same? The only other explanation is that it has the wrong dial but I'm hoping that's not the case. Here are some pics, what do you think?