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Horological Meandering: Thanks. Fortis is an often ignored brand, and although the B42 houses the ubiquitous caliber 7750, it has remained one of the most accurate watches in my collection...

... gaining only between one and two seconds per day for the past couple years it's been in my possession. The case and bracelet are very well made and although it's a very heavy watch, it's still comfortable.
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Horological Meandering: Certainly not as great a find as the LeCoultre but...

...for $120 at a local auction I think this Fortus was well worth it for a beater. Even came with box and papers.
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Horological Meandering: Thanks for the post! As is the case with all the JD models, they present as modern classics in my eye and the brand has become one of my favorites over the past couple years.

At the moment I own only one but I'm sure that will change in the future as I already have my eye on a couple different models. I've have to narrow that down to one.
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Automotive: I see the tail end of a Jensen Interceptor...

I know it's not on the same level as most of the cars shown but I've wanted one since I was young. Besides, I could never afford most of the other cars in your photos.
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Horological Meandering: +1 [nt]

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By: Emil Wojcik
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Automotive: Same here. My dad taught me about old cars back when I was a kid and helped me work on quite a few. Now it's my turn...

...although since my son's a mechanic, he ends up teaching me a thing or two alone the way, at least when it comes to more modern cars.
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By: Emil Wojcik
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Automotive: Yes, these moments don't arise as often as they used to as the kids get older. It sometimes takes some planning.

And it was my son who had my youngest daughter take the photo for him. I'm glad he did.
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By: Emil Wojcik
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