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  1. Had the LP (Mose Allison Sings), since the mid 1960's, never get tired of listening to this.... The full LP here:-
  2. Seasick Steve's son and manager is a regular on the UKSaabs forum........ Re-mastered Rolling Stones 'Goat's Head Soup 2020'......
  3. You could say that my one was 'well priced', I seem to remember that my first wife paid about £40 for it. Still got the watch, haven't seen the wife since 1970........
  4. A good day for a bit of nostalgia, my 1968 21st birthday present ....... THIS was No1 in the charts at the time.......
  5. You appear to have lasted longer than the TR6 Rog, sadly no longer listed on DVLA's database
  6. A fairly 'rare' Seiko Sports 100 diver, 8229-601A........... And before resurrecting it...... Still looking for one C036 end link to replace the almost correct AM one that I have currently fitted, that replaced the totally wrong one in the above pictures....
  7. My only 'Limit' watch is this vintage AS1903 one......Not sure about the 'revival' ones........ I bought this initially just to 'steal' the movement for another watch, but decided that it was far too nice to break up...... History of the original 'Limit' watch brand HERE.......
  8. My only 'Limit' watch is this vintage AS1903 one......Not sure about the 'revival' ones........ I bought this initially just to 'steal' the movement for another watch, but decided that it was far too nice to break up......
  9. See your other post for information....
  10. Looks like the early 1960's version of this one that Richard Askham restored a few years ago. I can recommend Richard for vintage chronograph restoration, he did my Jaquet Droz one about 5 years ago.
  11. It's a 'Marmite thing' Nick, though what's not to like, has all mod-cons like power steering, ABS and aircon. It's nippy acceleration wise, with a top speed of about 110mph, goes round corners like a go-kart, and returns 40+mpg (and it's small enough to park almost anywhere) My last Company car was a Seat Leon Cupra R, just like this one:- now that was fun to drive, most fun that I've had in a car with my trousers on .
  12. I've had this sitting unloved in the garage for the last 10 years or so......(put away after a brake problem and not touched since) This is the 'work horse' (seen here at Castle Combe) And this is my every day run about......(surprisingly good fun to drive, and its 'ULEZ' friendly)
  13. How about this Casio EB300, world time/data bank watch, very 1980's sci-fi........ This rather 'blocky' picture shows the globe which rotates continuously...... (taken before I fitted the NOS case which has a slightly different bezel style)
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