It was a friend !!!
You've got a ridiculously hot photography friend.
I don't generally starfcuk. But, I'll totally make an exception for Tony Hawk (easily one of the top 10 coolest guys on the planet!!). He's a dear friend of my best friend and tonight we finally got to MEAT up. Hung out in my joint and had a blast...hit it off like frick and frack. It's hard for dudes to make new friends after 40 but we already made plans to go out again! Lulzzzz...how bada$$ is that??
Tony Hawk and my cheap-o Citizen...
Got this out of storage today. Cuervo Y Sobrinos. Thought I'd snap a few pictures.
Juvenia movement but in a case so similar that I have seen before. Sheffield.
Nice little watch, in excellent condition and runs beautifully. I like the maker too.
A little less expensive than an original
F1 race is in town this weekend so naturally a Heuer is appropriate.
going to see the local soccer team with this
Need some work on the hands - and the right tropic bracelet - to be near perfect
This one, back from recent service:
Oh, hello there. Nice Zenith Sub Sea
The ref is 01.0190.415 ,black dial, 800 of these made, 1975
Kind of bulky, but so 70's
I see you have the bezel that mine would officially need, as it's one of the 50 grey dial with glass back
Interesting enough, according to Rössler, your 01.190.415 should have the 5-55 bezel?
My theory for this is that dealers interchanged the bezels upon customer's request as needed.
Sunny Sunday, 1958!
1960 Glycine Airman with Felsa 692 iconic Hack mechanism and cool red date wheel.
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