And now out and about with this...seemed appropriate for the sunny San Francisco weather today
Y'know...we're not going to mention ,"The third leg" around here, ok?..
Mr. 7016 on a matching Whiskey Horween Chromexcel strap...
Today with my beloved Heuer 2446c GMT
It is looking more beautiful every day IMO
Biking to the ball game yesterday...
Switching between two '58s . . .
. . . this weekend.
My dog is super bored of me taking wrist shots.
Man, that watch!
My favorite Vostok Diver Dude
Much watch for under $100
Black on black
love this watch would get you robbed in some parts of Houston basically don't wear it down town
You know I might completely go insane because of you?
I hear you, sir.
Affirm, there is an AWD option.
Also, I’m digging the pie pan/dog dish hub caps, sir...my ‘07 Ford Police Interceptor [P71] came with a variant of them when I purchased it new in 2007. Unfortunately, the wife unit [Mac Gyverette] didn’t dig the small stainless steel center caps [pictured below] on my P71...she thought they looked too “policey”...so I purchased the OEM police package full wheel covers. I still have the small stainless steel center caps, however.
Dog dish hubcaps are the greatest. I'm keen on your Interceptor Mad Dog. Has that bad-to-the-bone sleeper look. Besides, I've always love the large American sedans. The bigger the better.
More gratuitous photos of the ancient Dodge. It's always had to work when called upon. We never cut it any slack. Even though it had already passed the 400,000 mile marker It made two trips from Texas to California in more recent years hauling our son's motorcycle to him while he was stationed at Twentynine Palms. First time was to deliver it to him brand new. He'd ordered it months before while deployed and we picked it up at the dealer and took it to him. Second time was after his second deployment when we hauled it out again. On that trip we all went to Las Vegas and cruised the Strip in the mighty Dodge while he and his girlfriend (now wife) cruised on the Harley.
Taking delivery at the Fort Worth, Texas dealership
Rolling down I-10 at 80-something mph somewhere east of El Paso.
Delivered to the base at Twentynine Palms. First time he ever laid eyes on it though he'd bought it something like 9 months prior.
An attempt by the ancient Dodge to play chase at high speed with our son with his mother riding with him on the road from 29 to Vegas. Our son and Mrs. noekekal in front of another rider who fell in with us.
I-15 somewhere around the state line. The truck may be seen in the reflection on her visor.
Crusin' the Strip.
Poor Mans Diver today
7016 transitional with lollipop hand from 67/68
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