The Pleidies cluster aka the fleas on the back of Taurus, or in Japanese… Subaru.
Mazda RX7 (rotary), and Rotary watches.
Here’s a few
Ford Fairlane one of the 3 I had, can’t find pix of the other 2, this one was an 89, the others were a 70 and a 82
and the Hamilton Fairlane watch
Triumph TR7 mine
And the Ingersoll Triumph watch
I'll see your Camy Popular… and raise you two Ford Popular(s)
And then we have the Invicta car…a vision of loveliness
And then we have Invicta watches…..here’s mine which I use for really shitty jobs, it’s covered in grinding burns and welding spatter
It’s one of their more tasteful efforts……unlike these truely hideous contraptions
The NSU Ro 80, a car I use as an analogy for any watch who’s movement’s natural state is broken. Including dead-second mechanical vintage watches, Omega Speedsonic lobsters, various quartz models etc
Or how about the Ford Everest suv made for the Asian market, and the Hamilton Everest Electric.
Or maybe Vanguard autos (1952), and Vanguard (Waltham) watches.
Surprised to see nobody mentioned the obvious link between the Porsche 911 and the Speedmaster. Both have gone through over half a century of evolution and are still easily recognizable as being relatives.
Or yet another connection. In Canada, the Ford built Meteor Rideau, and the Birks Rideau watches.
Alfa Romeo Monza
And their watch namesakes
The Heuer Monza
and the Orologio Monza…mine
Are you selling either of those?
I can’t sell the Love Bug - he knows too much about me…
I haven’t seen many of the Beatles collab watches being offered. Japanese market, maybe?
MG car….. my MGF
MG Moritz-Grossman watch
Photo taken from a 2014 OF post.
You missed a couple of Caravelles
And the VW Caravelle
Your Caravelles are way nicer than what Plymouth offered.
That might just be a indication as to why the Plymouth brand is no more!
Holden Premier……. I had one don’t, seem to have a pic of it
Breitling Premier in seasick green
And Seiko Premier
This thing reminds me of the Chaykin Joker!
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