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  1. Do you consider it to be unbiased and fair? If so I might give it a shot.
  2. Bloody marvellous! looks to be blending in nicely.
  3. I actually have a box full of old gauges I scooped out of a skip. All the rest are probably too small to do anything with, but they're worth a shot.
  4. Okay cheers, I'll give it a go. Sadly it'll be a week or so before I can get back into it. Also got this waiting in the 'to do' box
  5. This is an already modified one, it was driven by an electric motor as part of a now scrapped simulator. The real ones were driven by sea pressure, still, I had no idea they were worth that much, I'll bet the one you saw was off a WW2 submarine, this one is far newer, (Swiftsure Class) Will that not take a lifetime, the alloy is at least 10mm thick..
  6. Can I use a grinder to cut a bigger hole in the back of the cast alloy case? Scared of it shattering
  7. Just had a look, impressive collection and welcome aboard.
  8. I am not, nor will ever really be a Seiko fan BUT there are several in this thread I would happily own and wear. Some unusual and sensational watches there.
  9. Being as I have been working in the loft and clearing crap out, came across a box full of old submarine gauges, best of all is this depth gauge. So I am stripping it out for a clock project, let's see how it goes... Can I use a grinder to cut a bigger hole in the back of the cast alloy case?
  10. Fantastic! I might just have a shot at this one day.
  11. If I had somewhere to keep mine safe and protected, I would never have sold it, 53 plate with 77K miles and utterly faultless.
  12. That will be worth keeping. they'll start to appreciate more, the E46 is widely regarded as the best they've ever made.
  13. Took the furry fellow up to the reservoir this afternoon. Scorchio!!
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