OT: Probably my oldest conscious memory is from the moonlanding in 1969...

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OT: Probably my oldest conscious memory is from the moonlanding in 1969...

MauritsB
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February 5th, 2006, 11:04 am #1


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits




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February 5th, 2006, 11:47 am #2

Glad to see you have more mates DU than I do

STUNNING M8

Biggest Congrats


PDay , We Came , We Kicked Arse , And Oh So MUCH More than just a Watch .......




Cheer's & Beer's ,,, Hoo Roo Hammer


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February 5th, 2006, 12:00 pm #3


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



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February 5th, 2006, 12:14 pm #4


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



You have immaculate taste!
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February 5th, 2006, 12:14 pm #5


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



You have immaculate taste!
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February 5th, 2006, 12:17 pm #6


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



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Cheers

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February 5th, 2006, 12:49 pm #7


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



Take care M

Cheers mates
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February 5th, 2006, 1:38 pm #8

Glad to see you have more mates DU than I do

STUNNING M8

Biggest Congrats


PDay , We Came , We Kicked Arse , And Oh So MUCH More than just a Watch .......




Cheer's & Beer's ,,, Hoo Roo Hammer


You are however the only DU M8 who's learning Dutch. Are you buggers planning on invading Belgium/The Netherlands just to get even with Gerard from Up Over?

Cheers mate, Maurits

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February 5th, 2006, 1:39 pm #9

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February 5th, 2006, 1:42 pm #10

You have immaculate taste!

You cannot say that enough!

Is Kobenhavn just as grey and dreary as Amsterdam today? Man I wish they would tow away Northern Europe and moore it somewhere in the Mediterranean...

Cheers mate, Maurits

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February 5th, 2006, 1:44 pm #11

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Cheers


A welcome change it is! It's hard enough to stick to one girl, let alone one watch brand

Cheers mate, Maurits


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February 5th, 2006, 1:46 pm #12

Take care M

Cheers mates

Actually I am waiting for Big News from yourself. Any progress in the hunt mate?

Cheers, Maurits

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February 5th, 2006, 1:48 pm #13


You cannot say that enough!

Is Kobenhavn just as grey and dreary as Amsterdam today? Man I wish they would tow away Northern Europe and moore it somewhere in the Mediterranean...

Cheers mate, Maurits
But I am working anyway, so I am pretty pleased it is not 25 degrees and sunny right now!
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February 5th, 2006, 2:04 pm #14


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



Hey,ik mag naar de Rai aanstaande Dinsdag. (vakbeurs.)

Hopelijk is de stad niet meer zo koud daarna voor een avondwandeling op de wallen. (Alleen voor de sfeer natuurlijk !

Cheers,
P.
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February 5th, 2006, 2:06 pm #15


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



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February 5th, 2006, 2:18 pm #16


I hope you don't mind )
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February 5th, 2006, 2:18 pm #17


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



is an awesome movement from Omega, great find.

>>>>>Zach T
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February 5th, 2006, 2:48 pm #18

Hey,ik mag naar de Rai aanstaande Dinsdag. (vakbeurs.)

Hopelijk is de stad niet meer zo koud daarna voor een avondwandeling op de wallen. (Alleen voor de sfeer natuurlijk !

Cheers,
P.

De Bakkerijdagen zeker? Lijkt me leuk, écht! Ik ga deze week zo goed als zeker naar Londen, soortgelijke beurs maar dan eentje voor niet zo bevlogen ex-juristen die in de IT-wereld zijn terechtgekomen...

Jammer, de Wallen zijn erg fotogeniek

Grtjs, Maurits


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February 5th, 2006, 2:50 pm #19

I hope you don't mind )

Ben erg tevreden met de Speedmaster. Ik twijfel alleen nog aan de secondenwijzer. Was dit het eerste model mét de nieuwe of hoort er nét nog de oude op? Het is een 145.012.

De pulsation-bezel heb ik er zelf op laten zetten. Ik wordt ook een dagje ouder

Grt. M.

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February 5th, 2006, 2:51 pm #20


I was not even 4 years at the time, but I distinctly remember my old man dragging me out of bed to witness one of the most historical events in my own time live on B&W TV. So it will not come as a surprise that I finally I bought this:


An Omega Speedmaster pre-moon from around 1967-1968, rebuilt from NOS parts by Watchco from DU.


Like my Seamaster 300 it has a great movement. For the price you pay, the quality is incredible. This is calibre 321.


It permanently joins my tool/military watches.


Had to throw-in one PAM for good measure.






Next to collecting PAM's, this stuff is fun and not at all expensive

Cheers, Maurits



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