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    Ric Capucho

    ~~~~ WRUW 15th-22nd January 2015 ~~~~

    Stowa Flieger Auto COSC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric Capucho View Post

    Stowa Flieger Auto COSC.

    I do love that watch

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    MWC is that my watch's Avatar
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    came for a look stayed for the biskwits
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    one of the most original good guys their was never anything but a true friend "the daito to my shoto"
    rest easy good buddy

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    Sent from a Potato using Tapatalk

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    It really is

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    It really is
    It went through snapseed three times and instagram twice, trying to get that mid-70s look of being simultaneously faded and oversaturated

    To match the era of the watch

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    Ric Capucho

    Ca. 1962 vintage Strela 3017.

    The tip of the pencil points at the lunar crater named for cosmonaut hero and all round brave buggah Vladimir Komarov; who died on the Soyuz 1 mission. Check out the Wikipedia entries on Komarov, if you haven't already, especially worth checking out his main reason to climb into the undeveloped deathtrap that Soyuz was at the time. Stirring stuff.

    You'll find the crater on the far side of the moon.


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