For this to work in the Richemond group, the BM needs to be definitively less expensive. The Reverso then becomes the aspirational classic, in comparison to BM, for the newcomer customer. This is because the sales person will mention the JLC while selling the BM.
No wonder we get so much from them. A few years back I sold my 1995 E300D to a lucky 17 year-old whose father apparently knew the value of these cars and no doubt encouraged him. I'm sure that boy was stylin' in High School with that big black Merc complete with sunroof! Why drive a Dodge Neon?
But the entire "vox" line runs long and deep....Memovox to Polaris to Amvox to Polaris. I am partial to vintage Polaris models and the first re-issue, but especially partial to the AMVOX 1, part of the Polaris lineage.
Mr. de Hass is very animated. My desktop here at work doesn't have a loud speaker and all I can see are his body and facial movement. Given the context of this thread I could figure out what he say by his motions. I would have it checked with the factory though, and prepare for it to go on holiday s
I was at the Omega Boutique a couple weeks ago and tried this model on and was struck how beautiful it was, and wore very comfortably. No trigger pulling, i'm still waiting for a 50th Apollo 11 SS edition, and I just got a really nice Lange 1 moonphase, otherwise dollars would have been spent, blood