The Venerable E30 was my choice as a first car. Solid, fun, well designed and relatively easy to work on I believed that it would be a good companion fro my high school and college years. As with any classic car there are highs and lows and especially with Vintage BMWs, the highs are akin to summiting Everest and the lows are like being dumped in the Marianas trench. Over all "she" has been a good car
This was My first watch, a gift from my mom when I was 12. I did not take very good care of it, as the original crystal (mineral) got very scratched. This year I had the crystal replaced with a nice domed Sapphire that gives the dial a nice depth and won't scratch. Watch appears here on a Leather vintage style NATO
Seiko SRP779 (AKA Turtle)
The Seiko Turtle reissue is a remaking of a classic 1970s Seiko Diver. The Original 6309 Turtles were very common on the wrists of Vietnam era GIs as they were akin to the G-shocks of the time. This new version features the classic durable cushion case, a workhorse 4r36a movement (21,600VPH) and a classic divers bezel with a "pepsi" insert. Pictured here on a Strapcode Super-oyster on the ferry to Miyajima in Japan
This is a watch that is meant to fly under the radar. This watch is a favorite of Japanese Salarymen and features a couple of very nice touches for the price ( about 28,000¥). Blued hands, Kanji Day wheel and applied indexes add to the cool comfortable demeanor.
Watch is pictured on the stock bracelet ( which is nice and lite weight, but doesn't taper enough) on the Shinkansen.