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    **********WRUW SUNDAY MARCH 22**********

    All this talk on other threads about "favorite Subs" and Blue Tudors" and whatnot have my lust glands working overtime. Especially for a blue Tudor Sub. But until I can afford the mortgage for a decent example. this wretched thing will have to do:
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    Tudor Ranger II series 9121/0 Prince Oysterdate, from 1979.

    ~Sherry.
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    Bremont Sunday.



    No rest for the wicked tomorrow, kids tennis competition all morning and no shade by the courts.
    Expect a wrist tan shot by lunchtime.
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    Love that Ranger II Sherry.

    Explorer II for me today
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    Quote Originally Posted by popoki nui View Post
    All this talk on other threads about "favorite Subs" and Blue Tudors" and whatnot have my lust glands working overtime. Especially for a blue Tudor Sub. But until I can afford the mortgage for a decent example. this wretched thing will have to do:
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    Tudor Ranger II series 9121/0 Prince Oysterdate, from 1979.

    ~Sherry.
    Nice watch, sherry.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chase View Post
    Love that Ranger II Sherry.

    Explorer II for me today
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    Love the Explorer II! Nice photo.


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    Day 2 for this weekend warrior. Have a great day.




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    La lutte elle-mme vers les sommets suffit remplir un cur d'homme; il faut imaginer Sisyphe heureux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chase View Post
    Love that Ranger II Sherry.
    Quote Originally Posted by BillyR___ View Post
    Nice watch, sherry.
    Thanks, guys.


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    Moving into day four with the spectacular 43 year old NCC 404.

    P1014082 by hankblanc, on Flickr

    I am SO tickled with this acquisition!

    As with so many of the NCCs and vintage Louis Rossels the fact that the lume still glows is both impressive and terrifying.
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