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Jet Jetski

Weekend Wonders This Saturday - WRUW?

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Morning,

Today it’s this Jules Jurgensen Electronic, yet another lump of 70s steel powered by the 13j ESA 9154.

OK, perhaps not so much this example, but J.J. was considered to a brand of some real quality back in the day, with some of their vintage mechanicals with complications seemingly nudging six figures.

Regards.

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38 minutes ago, davidcxn said:

Good morning, going with this Rolex Oyster Speedking Precision today. :)

Rolex Oyster Speedking Precision

 

Lovely old watch i can't help thinking it deserves a better strap or braclet. 

I will get my coat. :yes:

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1 minute ago, Nigelp said:

75 KQ

 

 

I saw these two miming that song in a nightclub in Bradford back in the day... they were playing some pantomime at the Alambra old Windsor Davies liked a few sherbets!! 

 

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9 hours ago, Jet Jetski said:

A UFO from the first nation in space.

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now are you really sure...we still dont know if there is life on mars or the moon or wither the universe is the final frontier for all we know corn flakes might be a figment of our imagination. ET might be a bloke in a suit. So lets not have any rhubarb. Did you ever have a BMW and fall off? 

Image result for bmx 1980s

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i meant BMX
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8 minutes ago, martinzx said:

I saw these two miming that song in a nightclub in Bradford back in the day... they were playing some pantomime at the Alambra old Windsor Davies liked a few sherbets!! 

 

my dad used to sing it to me, i remember being trailed around burnley when i was about 4 on a saturday afternoon listening to him sing that while searching for the new corgi superking version of the 007 Aston Martin that flung the fella out of the roof. This was another i used to get entertained with too.

 

4 minutes ago, Tazmo61 said:

Vintage Seiko skyliner :biggrin:

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still loving it then mate?:thumbsup:

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2 minutes ago, Tazmo61 said:

I am mate , its a very accurate watch for its age and a nice size .:thumbsup:

it is isnt it, a good size, i find that with a lot of the vintage seikos about 37/38mm and perfect. Yes the lad who serviced it must have known what he was doing :thumbsup:

1 hour ago, davidcxn said:

Good morning, going with this Rolex Oyster Speedking Precision today. :)

Rolex Oyster Speedking Precision

 

is that a bubble back david? it looks great. 

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57 minutes ago, Cyclops930 said:

Lovely old watch i can't help thinking it deserves a better strap or braclet. 

I will get my coat. :yes:

And a lume job.

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