I know, it's a day early, but who really keeps track of these trivial matters anyway?
Cir. 1974 JDM Only 168.0065
After days of wearing larger chronographs- I get the urge to wear a small manual. On those days I always seem to grab my old Gruen "Driver's" watch. Anyone one else also into smaller movement watches from the '30s and '40s?
Going electric to start the work week.*
* Not that I actually work... hehehe.
Hanging out with @ChuckMK23 and our modern Speedy Gonzales Moonwatches at DD today...and prepping for Speedy Tuesday tomorrow...
New strap for this old thing...
Skulls and bronze today.
Until you posted yours, today, I had only ever seen one of this “driver’s” model with the articulated lugs. Mine! From an era of Armstrong steering and plan ahead braking. Nice watch! Mine says hello.
LV today ,
Back to this one today, after a week with a few of my Luminox watches last week.
I hate soda, I hate cola, but I love this Pepsi.
This past weekend I did a bit of light rock climbing with the family and my Turtle:
Today it’s back to being a keyboard warrior with my Speedy:
1960's Technos Sky Diver “Big Crown” with 500M dial (Cal.2472)
Big crown Titus today. It’s such a pleasure to wear.
Now yours is the second one I have ever seen and yours is in beautiful condition--Thanks for posting-- This is one of my go-to watches.
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