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Re: Non CW of the Day

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Nice shot berkshire!

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vikingdrvr wrote:Racetimer Friday...

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Nice watch, and a good taste in cars. Is that 6 cylinder supercharged 4.0l X300 XJR by any chance?
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From much earlier today
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Dancematt wrote:Nice shot berkshire!

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footycrazy wrote:Todays newbie. 1971-ish :D

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This looks fabulous, more pics ? more info ?
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Andyshall wrote:Image
From much earlier today
I just love that :)

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Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Berkshire wrote:Something different today.

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Is there any significance to the red triangle on the '50' marker?

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The red marker at 50 marker denotes the critical point that was used on a submarine manometer which measured pressure and flow. The Copernicus Flagship Regulator was inspired by ORP Orzeł (Republic of Poland Ship, the “Eagle”, British tactical number 85 A), a legendary Polish submarine of the Second World War. Launched January 15, 1938, it was one of the most high-tech ships when the war broke out.
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Andyshall wrote:Image
From much earlier today
Flipping gorgeous! :)
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I ditto that. :thumbup:
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Clarky wrote:
vikingdrvr wrote:Racetimer Friday...

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Nice watch, and a good taste in cars. Is that 6 cylinder supercharged 4.0l X300 XJR by any chance?
Close...Supercharged X308! Still my favorite Jag :thumbup:
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Andyshall wrote:
footycrazy wrote:Todays newbie. 1971-ish :D

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This looks fabulous, more pics ? more info ?
I like that! Very interesting case shape!
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footycrazy wrote:Todays newbie. 1971-ish :D

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Graham , generally I'm not a vintage fan but THAT IWC I really like!! Congrats :)
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Andyshall wrote:Image
From much earlier today
Fantastic picture, stunning watch.
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Berkshire wrote:
Bahnstormer_vRS wrote:
Berkshire wrote:Something different today.

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Is there any significance to the red triangle on the '50' marker?

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The red marker at 50 marker denotes the critical point that was used on a submarine manometer which measured pressure and flow. The Copernicus Flagship Regulator was inspired by ORP Orzeł (Republic of Poland Ship, the “Eagle”, British tactical number 85 A), a legendary Polish submarine of the Second World War. Launched January 15, 1938, it was one of the most high-tech ships when the war broke out.
Fascinating Richard. I Love the history of that.

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Sorry if I'm boring you all with this! On leather today...
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