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Horological Meandering: Love it!

Sold 06/07/1962
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Automotive: Nicolas By all means go with the V8 not the 6

Cheers from Switzerland Richard P.S. I am just an old timer and addicted to the ancient one...
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Rolex: CR or no CR, Jubilee or Oyster - Nicholas, tremendous watches that you dig up! Difficult decisions:

Sometimes I like the left one sometimes the right one..... Cheers from Old Europe Richard
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Omega: Jay, I love them thanks for the reminder

Cheers from Old Europe Richard
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Omega: THE CLASSIC!

Superb choice! Get a vintage brother for it next. Cheers from Zurich Richard
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Omega: Very Nice! [nt]

Cheers from Zurich Richard
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Automotive: Unfortunately - financially - I chickened out after 7 years of ownership of the 250 SWBC and stuck to the 300 SL.

As mentioned: In the end the 300SL is the better car to really use. Where would you park an alloy 250 GT on a trip to your favorite coffee shop or on a weekend out? The real bummet was the 904. It had barely more than delivery miles on the clock in 1976. I finally realized that I can fit a lot more
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Automotive: Hi Cpt Scarlet

What makes the 300 SLs so special today is that all parts are easily accessible and a good selection of specialists around. So they would even make an uncomplicated daily driver... There were others that I regret and dearly miss today...
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