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Tuesday Tickers~27/11

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A quick watch face change.  What a fantastic front cover today in the Daily Star!  :thumbsup::king:

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1 hour ago, Roger the Dodger said:

Depends if it's a Bimmer or  Beemer, as @BlueKnight Mike would have us believe...in your case, sounds more like a Bummer if it won't start...:laughing2dw:

Hey, don't shoot the messenger. he he he....

 

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1 hour ago, Roger the Dodger said:

Depends if it's a Bimmer or  Beemer, as @BlueKnight Mike would have us believe...in your case, sounds more like a Bummer if it won't start...:laughing2dw:

I think my little tease fell flat roger...the keys are in the back door not the ignition:rolleyes: 

6 hours ago, Nigelp said:

Ive been sat here since 8 o clock and no matter how many times i turn the key. The engine will not fire. Just click ckick. Any ideas? You ca see the 70s lingering on in this 81 seiko. de4818adbc352d11ac19fe3e89c4419a.jpg

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I know a joke doesn't work if you have to explain it...come on lads where are the keys:laugh:

It like the rule against leading questions...

Q. Did you hear the police man approaching?

A. No

Q. So you didn't hear him?

A. No

Q. He weighs 16 stone and was approaching quickly?

A. Yes

Q. You didn't hear him?

A. No

Q. why he must have been running to get down the street so narrow at that speed?

A. He was on his push bike...

9 minutes ago, BlueKnight said:

Hey, don't shoot the messenger. he he he....

 

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nice e30.

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3 hours ago, yokel said:

 

Another photo of the No 02  --  simply because I like it . . . .

 

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At times it can certainly be a p.i.t.a capturing those delightful nuances.

Nice pic!

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8 hours ago, Nigelp said:

Any ideas

Try the keys in the car, instead of the house door.

21 minutes ago, Matthew999 said:

Seiko today

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Finest thing I've seen in a long time. :yes: :thumbsup:

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Today i am wearing a 1940 Bulova American Eagle it went from this 

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And received it yesterday looking like this very happy , and a big thank you to Simon for his trouble 

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20 minutes ago, Slim2500 said:

Today i am wearing a 1940 Bulova American Eagle

Wow, what a job, looks great!

57 minutes ago, Matthew999 said:

Seiko today

Pure class! That really is one of the finest looking watches ever! :thumbsup:

 

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I knew that..........:whistling:
I know you did rog. Thanks for humouring me. Weird thing is. If i do the same with the the phaeton. And my dad sits in it and presses the keyless go. It can be driven away keyless how clever is that. Then...4fe783af95b64ee729f864550f0893b6.jpg

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3 hours ago, Slim2500 said:

And received it yesterday looking like this very happy , and a big thank you to Simon for his trouble

Lovely job. There's a gentleman has/had a cabinet at a local antique centre specialises in good quality American watches of that era, along with associated accessories, ashtrays cigarette lighters, ornaments etc. Beautiful. :thumbsup:

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