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Patek Philippe: Welcome to our community!

I look forward to sharing our experiences in the world of watches. All the best, Tim
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Horological Meandering: Awesome Post

I love bicycle posts, so this right up my alley. You made great choices here, and the result is a real convincing 1990s vintage MTB look. I'm more of a road guy, so here's my baby after its mid-winter overhaul:
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By: Tim_M
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Vacheron Constantin: It's very similar in size to the original full-size 1996 Overseas auto

But I would have done without the seconds sub-dial. This would be a better looking watch with just two hands or center seconds. Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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Automotive: It's too easy to please with old triumphs.

It's one thing to build a resto-mod from an existing car. That's just a hot rod, and companies/individuals have been building those forever. But the stuff that's new-build and vintage style feels a bit like covers of established hit songs. Eddie Van Halen once opined that "I would rather bomb playin
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By: Tim_M
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Zenith: It's possible to like it and still acknowledge the Rolex influence

Zenith wasn't particularly subtle about its source material, but this is still a very good watch. Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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Independents: Outstanding - the watch and the photo

Thanks for sharing, and have a wonderful week. Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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IWC: Great to hear!

Congratulations, and wear it in good health. We're excited to see the photos. Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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Independents: Outstanding! Both the watch and the photos...

I remain puzzled by the fanatical infatuation with Journe and the milquetoast collector interest in Ferrier over the last two years. From a qualitative standpoint, Ferrier movement finish is closer to Romain Gauthier's level than it is to Journe. Part of it likely is Journe's superior marketing, and
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By: Tim_M
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Automotive: Cool to see how it's constructed, but that's too much for me

I'd feel lucky to be alive after riding a 180 kilo bike with 234hp. Maybe for world superbike track competition, but it's probably tough to enjoy it at road speeds. I'll take an air-cooled Moto Guzzi for the road. Best, Tim
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