I saw a non-working Bulova lady's watch on ebay pretty cheap, thought that might be a fun project, and now I've got this guy:
From the date code on the back "M6" and the pictures on this site, I've identified it has a 1966 Lady of Fashion "B". The band is a non-original Speidel. But had been worn for a while, as it was a haz-mat site, and the round rings on the band attachment have worn grooves into the watch lugs.
Took me a while to figure out how to open it! Someone had been at the case back with a case knife and made their mark, but there's no notch to get in there and it obviously wasn't going to work. Eventually I saw the indentation on the side of the case back by one of the lugs. I put an opener against the notch on the side and pried the back off by levering the opener against the lug.
The visible part of dial is ok, but the hands are rusted. Probably why they aren't turning.
The movement looks good. The balance was even ticking, but with very little amplitude.
Here's the inside of the case back. What does the numbers "2 69 9" mean? There's also some numbers inscribed into the back. Would that have been done by Bulova, or by someone afterward? They are hard to read here, but I've some better pictures of them. Of course everything is down scaled for the forum post too. Some pictures are better at full resolution, but I'm having a hard time getting good focus so many really didn't lose anything.
Left image, this is just above the printed number, upside down. Looks like "6 / 51174 5." On the right, the vertical number under the printed six. Look likes "4278", but interesting way of writing the four. And on the bottom, the number up at the top of the near the edge, looks like "41135G 81". Also the same "y" like tail on the four but with a different style. It's looks like the four in 4278 was written with the vertical stroke first as the horizontal stroke is cut over it. But in 41135G, the horizontal stroke was first. The 7s and 5s don't have the same style etiher. So I'm guessing this was done by different people.