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I think I've actually posted all the images before in this thread.


Group sex.
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Still got the Daytona on strap, Seadweller, GMT I, GMT II, Yachtmaster, Exp I. I used to have a Exp II white dial that I really regret parting with.

Oh yeah, congrats on the new shoes for your Big Bang. The BB doesn't really do anything for me but that doesn't matter. I know my tastes aren't to everyone's liking. For reasons that are unclear to me this is one of my favorites. I can certainly imagine it not appealing to everyone.

I actually like that one, has a bronze like dial? One of the two two-tones I like is the ss/gold GMT IIC (the other is the J12 Superlegerra) so i could see myself liking that one.

And I completely forgot all the IWC's you own too.
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^Looks nice.

Regards.

Unless you drive a lambo or are a rap artist or are expecting the terminator style apocalypse I guess this would be a directionally correct statement. Otherwise you have have little to no taste.
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Unless you drive a lambo or are a rap artist or are expecting the terminator style apocalypse I guess this would be a directionally correct statement. Otherwise you have have little to no taste.



Regards.
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People that collect watches are two steps removed from people that collect old Sega videogames.
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People that collect watches are two steps removed from people that collect old Sega videogames.

How about "Tranformers?"


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People that collect watches are two steps removed from people that collect old Sega videogames.

Don't you have a drunk dwarf convention to attend rather than shitting up my thread?
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You can dress him up but..................
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A simple Datejust:

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:fistpump:

Hadn't seen the 'Sega videogames' thread yet. Where is it ...
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Am I the only one who doesn't like Breitling?

Not a fan, either.
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Not a fan, either.
I agree that their current offerings are really atrocious, but the stuff from the 60's, for my tastes at least, are really excellent. I am a sucker for vintage carreras as well, especially with "panda-eye" subdials. My own small-timer post - Carrera Twin-time and an Oris XXL Worldtimer. Currently looking for an 1808 chrono-matic as shown above or perhaps a 1045 Omega Speedmaster.
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those Carreras are sweet! What do they go for, if you don't mind me asking?
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You kidding me? Look at the Midi 04.0 in Rose Gold:
LL
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Ah, crap, meant to reference an earlier "Dornblueths are for dorks..." post...maybe I proved their point. Anyways, elegant, simple, beautiful, hard to find that without going Patek...
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