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Automotive: That is the actual Nuvolari P3 Tipo B...

From the 1935 German GP when he beat the Silver Arrows!
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By: kkochheiser
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Automotive: I'm down to one myself...

The Duetto that started it all when my dad bought it new. Just sold my 101 Giulia Spider Veloce earlier this year, another regret.
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By: kkochheiser
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Automotive: And this was just a sample!

My poor wife had to lure me away with the promise of lunch at their excellent restaurant.
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By: kkochheiser
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Automotive: 1971 Alfa GTV

Just a perfect mix of grand touring, solid chassis, supple suspension and rock solid reliability (!). Selling it was a regret, but after moving to Arizona out of college the summers with no air conditioning and black upholstery were too much! A close second would be the Alfa Duetto race car. Basical
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By: kkochheiser
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Automotive: Phoenix, AZ Art Museum

One of my favorite places in the Valley of the Sun is the Phoenix Art Museum, not least because their Men's Arts Council organizes the annual Copperstate 1000 rally. Currently, they have an exhibition "Legends of Speed" with a wide ranging collection of race cars from many eras and genres of racing.
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By: kkochheiser
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Automotive: The rarer one! [nt]

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By: kkochheiser
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Audemars Piguet: A classic indeed!

And, IMO much better proportions than the later, larger versions. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Girard Perregaux: I think that was mine!

I agree, I’ve tried it on the original strap and went back to the bracelet. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Girard Perregaux: Very cool!

Your 1973 Monte Carlo is the only one other than mine that I have seen on the bracelet. Great collection! Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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Audemars Piguet: Great choice!

I was fortunate enough to get my 15300 years ago, back when they could be found at a discount. Once they were replaced by the 15400 I realized how important the original proportions are to the overall look of the watch. Congratulations! I know you will enjoy it for years to come. Kent
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By: kkochheiser
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