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  1. krpdm

    krpdm Sep 8, 2019

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  2. Mmike1357

    Mmike1357 Sep 8, 2019

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  3. Mach

    Mach Sep 8, 2019

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    Morning run with the Garmin Forerunner 645|
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    Switch to my IWC Pilot’s Chrono:
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  4. Dsloan

    Dsloan Sep 8, 2019

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  5. Flatfoot

    Flatfoot Sep 8, 2019

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    Soft, subtle lighting earlier this morning made this dial pop...
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  6. Omega1

    Omega1 Sep 8, 2019

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    Totally killer...wow thanks for sharing
     
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  7. rkman11

    rkman11 Sep 8, 2019

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    Hollywood Hills hike with the 1501

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  8. Jerseyhammer

    Jerseyhammer Sep 8, 2019

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    Certainly not the most expensive watch in the world , but it has a fantastic complication.Rotary moon phase auto . image.jpg
     
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  9. CPRwatch

    CPRwatch Sep 8, 2019

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    Our local vintage classic car & vintage day today , Some lovely motors & bikes on show . The triumph herald estate is exactly the same colour as the one my Dad had in the late 60s ,early 70s & brought back lots of happy memories , I even remember the reg no , FCC 925F . Hope you enjoy the pictures ,
     
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  10. Omega1

    Omega1 Sep 8, 2019

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    Thanks for sharing these great pictures....it looked like a fun day...
     
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  11. Norfolk

    Norfolk Sep 8, 2019

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    Car show. My 86 Merc and 86 SM200. 5D847FCC-9E3F-4ED0-9438-FFBCCDC52E40.jpeg
     
  12. X vintage

    X vintage Sep 8, 2019

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    Second photo reminded me of the car in which i learned to drive and eventually had tons of fun with it: My late dad's Mk. 3 Cortina. Ours was the 1600GT version, British racing green with quad headlamps, bucket seats and slightly tweeked Pinto from the factory (which translates into one double Weber, wilder cam and tubular exhaust manifold). I had done almost everything with that car and once i even managed to squeeze 10 people in it...::facepalm1::

    Great times.

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  13. airansun

    airansun Sep 8, 2019

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    Aren’t Sundays golden?
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    October ‘62 stainless steel and February ‘68 gold filled.
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    Playing with a new toy today. So much to learn.
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    Chronograph is running in the test.
     
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  14. CPRwatch

    CPRwatch Sep 8, 2019

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    Reminds me of the time I got a spam tin opener & hammered it flat & that it could be used to start certain cars that had the ignition in the dashboard ( I heard this is school from one of the older boys ) I then used it to start my Dads Herald up that was parked in the garage with my younger brother in the passenger seat ,I was about 13 at the time , but unbeknown to me Dad had left the car in gear & when I started the car up it shot towards the garage doors .... Minimal damage caused to the car or garage doors , Dad only said no more driving cars until your 17 . Oh happy days & Sums my Dad up really , one chilled out man with a great outlook towards life .
     
  15. CPRwatch

    CPRwatch Sep 8, 2019

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  16. Alpha

    Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Sep 8, 2019

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    Day and night ;)

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  17. airansun

    airansun Sep 8, 2019

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    I was five when I managed to take the parking brake off a ‘55 Chevy parked in a neighbor’s driveway. My younger brother was in the passenger seat. The driveway was on a 15 degree decline back toward the street and the car had been left in neutral. We rolled backwards into the street and bounced against the far curb.

    No damage (whew!) and I thought that my mother and the neighbor lady, who both ran to try to stop the car, were funny, seeing them hustling down the stairs of her front porch ... until they caught their breath. At the time, I sort of thought it served them all right; what the hell did they think I was up to when they watched me open the driver’s door and get in? We were all lucky I didn’t find any keys in the ignition — I did look. :D

    I’m told that my first word as an infant was car.
     
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  18. CdnWatchDoc

    CdnWatchDoc Sep 8, 2019

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    Speedy Mk II today...this particular watch has left and come back to me...one of the few I genuinely missed. Kudos to six-barrel for keeping it fed and watered!
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  19. Alpha

    Alpha Kilt Owner, Beagle Parent, Omega Collector Sep 8, 2019

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    Daimler ::love::
     
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  20. Qwertyqaz

    Qwertyqaz Sep 8, 2019

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    Probably the slimmest watch and with sapphire crystal.

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