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    rolex pic as answer guy mikeylacroix's Avatar
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    Time for another thread - GMT 16710 super versatile!

    We all know this one. This one is circa 2000 with the lugholes...and no coronet on the crystal
    I am very partial to the pepsi bezel..although truth be told...it can be quite eye-catching.











    just a good looking fella









    looks great on blue waterproof curved end hirsch or rubber






    with some other goodies















    pretty ain't it




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    Nice pics of a great watch
    Regards Cam

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    Nice pics, and thanks for continuing to provide watch content for us all to see.
    Now if I can just reach into the picture and turn that bezel a click...
    MB2, SOH, Aquascope, Tangente, MM300, Blackbay, North Flag, Officer, Visitor.

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    lovely stuff......
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    excellent pictures as always - I love the pepsi bezel
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    Great collection. Every time I see a Daytona I think "Wow, cool." Followed by "Why don't they make a true panda dial like the classic Paul Newman?"


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    Great watch. Love it on the bracelette and on black leather. Not so keen on the blue or the rubber though.

    To my mind, being a young man through the 80s/90s this is the quintessential Rolex. The watch that sprung to mind back then when anyone mentioned Rolex, and the one people I knew tended to buy.

    Very nice!
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    Man you really take some outstanding watch pictures.
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    Excellent!!! Mine says "hi"



    Just for fun on a Cammo Nato.

    Brown leather.

    And the day I got it.




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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkO View Post
    Nice pics, and thanks for continuing to provide watch content for us all to see.
    Now if I can just reach into the picture and turn that bezel a click...
    Or 59
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