CWL of the day

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tikkathree wrote:
MiniMpi wrote:They are some brilliant photos of the Vanwall.
You should put them in the Reference gallery for sure ;)
Aw shucks! DArn! Thanks!

Better take some "proper 'uns" then!
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Fantastic photo of this great watch :clap:
Thanks very much, this is becoming one of my most worn watches.
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Going out for dinner for my Mom's birthday:

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Mr Rick wrote:Image
Great photo Mr Rick ;)
Can't understand why the C9FLE didn't sell again on eBay last night !!

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Konketsu wrote:Going out for dinner for my Mom's birthday:

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C5 Malvern Automatic by J.W.C., on Flickr
I hope you and your Mom had a great evening.
You are a lucky guy having one of the rare crossover prototypes.

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Thanks Ferg, it was a nice evening with family for her 70th!

I've been watching that C9FLE too, kind of glad it is UK only since I'm in this hand wound phase, but saving money and looking for something a bit different.
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going with the BRG today

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This one today. The bezel is not misaligned, just adjusted for EST time change
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I'm on my BRG today as well, albeit a C7 Mk I

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Skribble5 wrote:The bezel is not misaligned, just adjusted for EST time change
Using the bezel for its intended purpose. :shock: That will never catch on. :lol:


Seems to be a bit of a chronograph day. I went a bit classy with my C3 MkI gold.

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Oh, James, a classic c60!
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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:I'm on my BRG today as well, albeit a C7 Mk I

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A great shade of green.
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