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Breguet: One of those vintage classics

... that exudes elegance and whimsy in a way that is rarely seen today.
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By: JohnFM
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Rolex: The One ...

... among various other nice 5-digit Rolexes ;-) There is something special about the two-liner though.
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By: JohnFM
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Automotive: Is that a 1972?

My Dad bought a 1972 280SEL 4.5. Cream body with bronze roof. Nothing but wood, leather, and chrome on the inside. Was such a nice car.
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By: JohnFM
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Girard Perregaux: Meaning you much prefer the 159?

I'm a little torn on the new Giulia. It's been a long time since I've owned an Alfa (a Spider from the '80s). Before that, it was a Fiat 124 coupe GT and a Spyder.
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By: JohnFM
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Girard Perregaux: Very nice!

Here’s the car I looked at yesterday. A contender, along with the new BMW 3 series, and Macan S.
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By: JohnFM
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Sensual is right

Love the subtle colors — unusual.
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By: JohnFM
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Omega: Fantastic pictures of a beautiful watch!

You've achieved great clarity with these shots. A nice macro lens, tripod, and good lighting, no doubt.
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By: JohnFM
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Horological Meandering: Agree regarding the case

The technology sounds interesting and the light weight is nice. But it wouldn't be too heavy in steel. I also think $6,400 is a bit steep, especially with the Selitta movement. Those criticisms aside, it is a handsome watch!
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By: JohnFM
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