since watches are often compared to cars, here's an example from the car biz... mercedes-benz used to have a fuddy-duddy image of being for rich, older men. in keeping with that, benz put a hood ornament on every car so the owner would not forget what he'
Following our friend jml's post, here is a superb series created by Jaeger Lecoultre at the end of the 90's early 2000's. The 37 mm are: The Master Perpetual Calendar: The Master Calendar: The Master Reserve de Marche: The smaller is the Master Ultra Thin
It was a great feeling and not the same as walking with a phone camera ;-) I was seeing things that I hadn't noticed before, only took about 12 frames ... Nikon F3P and 50 / 1.2 さしぶりだな / it's been too long My dedicated film scanner and post processing sof
... finding. I also agree with you about the Explorer. A watch for any occasion and representative of the history of Rolex. A watch I specially love and yours is a great example of what a collector seeks in a vintage Explorer. I also feel that the Explore
. . . Pagoda. I recall poring over the '68 MB catalog when Dad was contemplating buying a car that year. The 280SL captured my imagination. Radial tires were standard equipment - radical then. "Dad, let's get this one!" "Sorry, kid, it seats only two. We
Look at LCID stock; here's a quick and very basic analysis... This is an electric car company. Market cap is currently only $30B. It’s primary investor is the Saudi Government. The company is headquartered in Newark, CA near Fremont where Tesla has their
It was a fun and exciting trip learning the various capabilities of the MB AMG machines. With the chip shortages and more reliance of technology to make these automobiles better, I think it’s not going away for the next couple years. I heard MB has stoppe