Nice looking - the watch not the tailback
Checking in on SpaceX Crew-1's mission time: over 30 days already...woohoo!
1969 was a hell of a year for watches! - Zenith A3635 Sub-Sea, Caree-Cambree Steel Case - Cal. 2542 PC.
Old silver 'conversion' this evening
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A shame I never got to wear this in the field, but it sees more than its fair share of action when I'm on the road bike.
This Hamilton A-506 came back to me Monday. I had sold it to a friend, as his first vintage watch, a couple of years ago. He told me recently it had started to lose a little time, and as a full time desk jockey, he always had a hard time keeping it wound. So, I said send it back to me and I sent him a modern automatic to replace it. Because of the time period and the politics of that day, I have always called this watch "The Black Panther". So far so good on the time keeping for a vintage watch of unknown service history....losing 15 secs/24 hrs. I can live with that. I am happy to have it back. I never should have sold it.
Downtown Ballinger, Texas. Made a trip to San Angelo, Texas today on business with a little last minute Christmas shopping on the side and was driving through.
This little one today!
A special time of year requires a special watch. This is one of two Omegas that I will wear, likely until 2021.
It is a dark and dreary day here in the Pacific Northwest, but my 1977 Speedmaster always brightens my afternoon!
I would give this one a "double like" if there were such a thing!
Early Xmas present (the strap, not the watch!)
Haven't checked in on OF in a while. Hope everyone is happy and healthy this holiday season.
The ol x33.
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