Not mine but borrowing from a friend.
Same two today that I posted recently. Two “rescues”. My 1964 Accutron, assembled out of bits and pieces, and my mid 1950s caliber 351 Omega Seamaster. Likewise also assembled out of bits and pieces. With as much good stuff as I keep in the vault, you might wonder why I persist in wearing such watches. Folks generally love mongrels as much as they do purebreds. I’m that way with watches. In the hands of many, both of these might have remained in the parts bin where I uncovered them. Or perhaps even ending up in a landfill somewhere. Both of these are more than simply watches. They are “conquests”.
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Double-ref 105.012/145.012 Speedy today
Speedy Japanese Racing.. B&W shot for me all day long. B&W tells a story.
How cool is this retro GUB Spezimatic ??? ....for $210 off the ‘bay. Check out the brushed steel case with the sharp angles. And that ink black dial contrasted against the numerals. The “people’s watch” indeed.
WOW what a dial and those indices are killer......
Hello, one of my favorites
Well, I suppose as it is Speedy Tuesday...
Not a speedy I know but same house
Lemania mono pusher issued to RAF.
Deviated from the path today for this beauty
Today I’ve gone for the SKX
Slate Grey 16030 in the truck and in the shade
Early 60s Hamilton Tuxedo II - 14k white gold with 44 diamonds on the bezel
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