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  1. Morning all, another day over with operation rebuild.. mrs got notice of redundancy but I got to keep mine so all ok for now .. have a good weekend
    11 points
  2. Morning, all you lie-a-beds, starting with this. A different bracelet today, All brushed Geckota super-engineer - I think the square end links complement the no crown-guard look quite well. Have a great day. J
    7 points
  3. Morning Sturmanskie 'Ocean' Chronograph Special Edition 3133-1981599 (Cal: Poljot 3133)
    7 points
  4. Morning all...this one on a dark and wet Saturday.
    7 points
  5. Morning, This Regency today, probably from around 1970 and whose maker I’ve never been able to establish. Acccording to some sources it was the house brand of Service Merchandise (1934 – 2002) of Tennessee who operated a chain of “Catalogue Showrooms” with a $4 billion turnover at one stage. There is also a suggestion that these things may have been made by Seiko. However, one thing which does seem certain is that it runs on a 17j Citizen 1400 auto, a movement kindly ID’d by the good Dr Ranfft from his as-yet unpublished archives. Regards.
    6 points
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  7. The newest arrival the seiko bfk 5m62 kinetic with faded ghost bezel insert
    6 points
  8. Blue version of the Citizen 'Orca'.
    6 points
  9. This is coming out with me now, the chrono hands were very corroded when I sent it off, the minutes counter didn't make it out of theatre apparently, but it's come back patched up pretty well and precise as you like. HAGD
    4 points
  10. The odd couple... CITIZEN Blue Eagle,NH6600-54FB & PARNIS 587 (both Miyota cal.8200 series, 21 Jewels)
    4 points
  11. Simple Timor ATP tonight
    4 points
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  13. Sarb showing its flexibilty. Ive messed about on the beach this aft with it on its bracelet and it feels like a tool watch. Put it on a nice Hirsch croco and it feels dressed up for the night.
    2 points
  14. On the road tonight with my Timex. Time not been adjusted for about two weeks and still running pretty much dead on so I'm pretty impressed considering this is a very cheap watch. Bought a seatbelt NATO for this which is new on this afternoon. Suits it in my opinion!
    2 points
  15. Fashionably late to the party 1972 Girard-Perregaux cal. 352 Quartz
    2 points
  16. My last swaps.... Samson Watch Co.,(25 Jewels) & Seagull 1963 Chinese Airforce (cal.ST1 18 Jewels)
    2 points
  17. @mach 0.0013137...west shore llanduno wit dog big orange thing
    2 points
  18. Reminds me of the Van Gogh and Stradivarius joke from Tommy Cooper. I've found a Rolex and a Pringle , unfortunately Pringle made the watch,,,,,,
    1 point
  19. Back in the day when I was in the pink
    1 point
  20. My dad modified a reliant when the roof blew off on blackpool prom.
    1 point
  21. Not seen that for ages didnt know you still had it. That is what a proper military 007 should wear in the films either that or a pam. The AT is a bit to office boy.
    1 point
  22. Very nice indeed and my birth year And amazing looking movement.
    1 point
  23. My next pair... OMEGA Speedmaster PROFESSIONAL 3570.50.00, cal.1861 18 Jewels & ROLEX SUBMARINER 14060, cal.3000 27 Jewels, (1997)
    1 point
  24. Anyway, here's a picture I took a month ago on 27th November. Enjoy your afternoon.
    1 point
  25. Roll on the weekend Squale 1521
    1 point
  26. Old pic I have changed the mask since
    1 point
  27. My first post for this 27th NOVEMBER.... PARNIS,Seagull cal.3600,17 Jewels & BULOVA 96B209 ACCUTRON II SNORKEL
    1 point
  28. Thank god for that i slept through crimbo. How was lockdown. Did you set the kids on grandma and grandad.
    1 point
  29. Morning Vostok Europe 'GAZ 14 Limousine' (Cal: NH35A)
    1 point
  30. House sitting today, so stuck with the Citizen.
    1 point
  31. Morning, Today this 1960s Onsa, they of flamboyant advertising campaigns. This “Superautomatic” model runs on a 30j Felsa 4000. Regards.
    1 point
  32. Good morning all Ducati Breil today. I am not buying any more watches. [emoji17] Well maybe the odd one or two. [emoji16]
    1 point
  33. Lovely Fossil Diver for me today:
    1 point
  34. HAGF watch lovers! My vintage Zenith Defy Automatic circa 1976, cal 2572PC And songs from the same year
    1 point
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  36. 53 Pop, the original steel body set low, chopped top, wide arches, flip front on a one off chassis with a full cage, coil over front suspension, an S-Type Jag rear end and a well built 460 ci big block Ford V8 set back almost inside the car, I had to sit in a single seat in the back. Ferociously fast and surprisingly handled like a go kart.
    1 point
  37. My Morris 1000 van got MG Midget engine and running gear, a Nikki twin choke carb, and a Peco silencer that exitited under the drivers door that made a twittering noise, A modified Hillman Hunter brake master cylinder and servo, and a set of home made wide steel wheels.
    1 point
  38. I've never been into modding cars, but if we're talking about 1980's mods I can remember doing a few "tasteful" additions to my first car - The mighty Opel Manta (in bright orange, ha ha! ). I fitted a lovely radio cassette with graphic equaliser... and 6 x 9 speakers in the parcel shelf, which was covered in... er... a piece of "flokati" white fluffy rug Didn't need any other mods after that, it was already awesome enough! The only other car I've modified was an MX-5 which had new TSW alloy wheels, K&N Typhoon air intake, stainless exhaust, boot spoiler, clear rear lights and sid
    1 point
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