Sep 06, 2015,01:14 AM
the entire series has been phenomenal reading but this last piece tops it all.
vintage is such a tough world to venture into and having this reference source is priceless!
thanks a lot for sharing!
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Nautilus ref. 3700 - How to n.10 - Dial types - definitive
By: mstanga : September 3rd, 2015-12:05
Hi friends, "How to" number 10 is about the most difficult, hard studied research I've ever made: the dials of the Nautilus ref. 3700. Many and many years of study, hundreds and hundreds of pics thoroughly analyzed, hours and hours of interviews with coll...
By: w220 : September 3rd, 2015-16:36
Absolutely fantastic work, mstanga!! I can not even begin to guess how many hours of thorough research it has taken you to assemble and organize this detailed information. Although I don’t have a Nautilus (yet) I have truly enjoyed your entire series of p...
By: gensiulia : September 4th, 2015-14:52
complimenti Marco! ciao, chris
By: Mark in Paris : September 5th, 2015-03:14
Even when not really looking for one, this is a very instructive thread. Thanks Marco! Cheers, Mark
By: keks : September 6th, 2015-01:14
the entire series has been phenomenal reading but this last piece tops it all. vintage is such a tough world to venture into and having this reference source is priceless! thanks a lot for sharing!
Thank you but...
By: mstanga : September 6th, 2015-01:27
Thank you but... the "How to" series is not over yet. So get ready! Marco p.s.: You can find all together at: issuu . com / mstanga
By: hans_jorgen_1968 : September 9th, 2015-11:23
What a fantastic post I really want to Hunt a few 3700 now Continoue your studies please Hans