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TAG Heuer: I suspect few will buy more than one

Besides, since 1997, there are enough modern-day versions of the Monaco (with and without chronographs) that almost any tastes can be satisfied with existing models. Best, Tim
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Automotive: Conditionally, yes

As others have noted, I wouldn't trade a watch I love -- something permanent -- for a **daily driver.** Your daily driver is destined to be driven into the ground, worn out, and recycled. Conversely, if you're considering this 911 as an emotional choice of collector car to maintain for posterity, my
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By: Tim_M
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: A rarity in Hong Kong

This just sold for roughly $51,000 USD. I have to admit, I was a bit astonished by the comparatively low yield of this full-set lot, #2248:
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By: Tim_M
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Horological Meandering: It's been a good week, so far.

What did you like best? I've been favorably disposed towards the green-tinted Bulgari Middle East editions, the Genus GNS series that just won at GPHG, and Ferdinand Berthoud's regulator, which is comprised of the same near-indelible carbon-diffused steel as my Sinn. On the social side, it's been en
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By: Tim_M
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Automotive: 2013 Audi TT RS Plus, Nogaro Blue, 1-of-1 Audi Exclusive Color

Five cylinders, turbocharged, direct injected, and 6-speed manual transmission. It sounded like the World Rally Championship and went like hell, but I had to sell it to support a friend's business that was on the rocks at the time. I'd love to get back into the enthusiast car community. Cars stir me
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By: Tim_M
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Horological Meandering: That's awesome

Enjoy a safe, joyous, and memorable trip! Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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A. Lange & Söhne: Regarding fit

There *might* be a bunch of YouTube videos of a guy with a smaller wrist than yours demonstrating the fit of this watch in several metals... respecting the no-link rule. Best, Tim
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By: Tim_M
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Automotive: A GT.... so a forced comparison to any 911

The 928 GTS/ would have been a better comparison, but over a decade separates the two. There's no post-2000 Porsche that really lines up with any two-door Maserati has built in this Millennium. Historically, Maseratis were more like Italian Aston Martins than 1-for-1 Porsche or Ferrari rivals on the
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By: Tim_M
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