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A. Lange & Söhne
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S.U.F. Helsinki is a fun line.
The 180 dials are really well done. My favorite S.U.F. is the Vetehinen.
The Krayon Anywhere is definitely a very cool creation.
Hope to see one in person someday.
I remember the first time you posted a photo of your RG AP RO Skeleton Perpetual, think it was on thepurists.
The 28529 is by far the best perpetual AP has ever created. Being a huge fan of RG AP RO’s I knew that perpetual was going to be my grail piece.
Very cool. Great interior.
My last mid year was a 1963 SWC with factory air, black with red interior.
My father had a new 1977 XJ-S and it was amazing when it was not in the shop. He upgraded to a 1982 model with Bosch electronics, it was much more reliable than the Lucas electronics. Both cars were a blast to ride in and drive.
Congratulations on the cool ride.
I have owned a few Stingrays over the years. Fun cars, 1965 has a nice improvement with the addition of disk brakes. Any interior photos?
I gave up on the big name brands a while back.
I am much happier in the independent watchmakers world. The buying experience much better and the watches are much cooler.
The attention to the details is amazing.
Everything the Grönefeld brothers make is extremely well done and the 1941 case is just the perfect size.
I am a big fan of the Sarpaneva and SUF line.
Stepan Sarpaneva makes really cool watches and is great to work with. And a fun sense of humor.
What’s up with the two 11’s?
Looks odd to me, should be like the 3, 6 and 9 markers.