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WristScan: Here are mine

Watches, cars, road bikes, and illustration. Best, Tim
14h
By: Tim_M
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Automotive: I suspect this will wind up more commercial than personal vehicle.

Like many concepts, I expect this will be far more utilitarian if it ever sees the light of day. In the end, it's more likely that the person who's indifferent to driving, lives in an urban area, or lives at school would just use a ride hailing service for local travel when walking or transit. While
6d
By: Tim_M
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Automotive: As a taxi alternative, why not?

Cities aren't always suitable for private cars, so I don't regret this as a cab or ride hailing platform. The future of app-driven ride hailing is in this kind of vehicle with some combination of autonomy and electric drive. Best, Tim
7d
By: Tim_M
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Bulgari: Good call

This has become my go-to recommendation for people asking me whether they should pay $10,000+ for a 2-month old Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41. Wear it in great health and good times. Best, tim
12d
By: Tim_M
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Automotive: A few more fun ones, sourced from the internet

I knew that a few period Facel Vega conversions were around: And there's the Venturi Transcup from the 1990s And the pioneering pre-war retractable hardtop Peugeot 402 Eclipse Decapotable
25d
By: Tim_M
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F.P. Journe: Who do they think they're fooling?

By obscuring the series number of a piece unique? Best, Tim
28d
By: Tim_M
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F.P. Journe: It was considered a disappointing auction yield at the time.

Perhaps its subsequent history will rewrite the story's end for this memorable watch. Best, Tim
29d
By: Tim_M
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