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Amidst a bunch of others, probably not in good shape and not running. But really, I'm coming to realize it's the dial and hands you are buying, in a way. They are almost always in very good shape, in spite of trashed cases and sometimes broken movements. Sourcing a case and movement is not hard. If you like the look of a Timex, but it's chewed up on the outside and not running well, there's a lot you can do with it. It's in the dial and hands, I think.
The idea of putting a Timex dial onto a better watch. Shouldn't it be the opposite in the real world?
But to be honest, I've often thought about owning a really nice watch, and putting a Timex dial on it to keep it safe from theft. The opposite of a "fake Rolex."