It's been a while since I've posted, but attended by first NAWCC regional as an employed adult with money. What a dangerous rush watch buying is, truly! Also, highly recommend looking into the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (NAWCC) if you haven't. It's a much different experience than wristwatch-focused groups but worthwhile.
I went in intending to find an Accutron and succeeded! No idea on reference number or year, but can't wait to pop a battery in it and wear it. (Don't worry, tested with a battery out of another watch at the show, and it does run).
Then, well, things happened. The Constellation has been a bit of a fascination since I got into watches in 2020. This one had a pretty good price, so I went to lunch, thought about it, and the seller was packed up and leaving when I got back. First real impulse watch purchase. No regrets! [Edit: there are some regrets, see comments for details].
I don't know much about non-Speedy Omega in terms of movements and reference numbers (that said, thanks, @Max, for the great Constellation video you did). Taking the back off, it's a model 168.027 (sorry for the crappy photos, someone did it for me in a restaurant) with the caliber 564. Anything anyone knows about these, do share!
Grew up with a family basement full of old Hamilton pocket watches and advertisements. Guess that shaped me more than expected 😅.