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Thread: Singapore Rolex Club Vintage Rolex Appreciation/Poisoning Thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by problmchylde View Post
    very stunning watches......here's mine....

    Bro, swee swee Thunderbird, what it needs is a genuine croco strap with Rolex buckle to complete the classic look. Trust your 18038 is doing fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinidad View Post
    Bro, swee swee Thunderbird, what it needs is a genuine croco strap with Rolex buckle to complete the classic look. Trust your 18038 is doing fine
    Thanks bro....all is fine. Regards,P.

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    I sometimes regret selling my '74 Daydate and '78 datejust.
    Not into buying vintages, but really love the character and story behind each.

    Somewhat like old 911s.
    As they say, "there are no old Porsches, only new owners"

    There is another thread on vintages by our vintage king Maxbliss888 who never fails to impress me with his collection.

    In fact i am in HK now and have been to quite a handful of shops admiring vintage Rolexes.
    As it is, i refuse to be poisoned, but who knows.

    Keep this thread alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by problmchylde View Post
    Thanks bro....all is fine. Regards,P.
    I just came to HK to collect my Sub, which has undergone some customisation.
    I reckon that by the time i am in my 60s, my Sub could be considered a "new" vintage?

    Haha. Cheerios

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinidad View Post
    I just came to HK to collect my Sub, which has undergone some customisation.
    I reckon that by the time i am in my 60s, my Sub could be considered a "new" vintage?

    Haha. Cheerios
    Only time will tell.......Can't wait to see pics of yr customised sub......

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    Quote Originally Posted by problmchylde View Post
    Only time will tell.......Can't wait to see pics of yr customised sub......
    I dont intend to post a pic.....paiseh....

    But if you still got my number send me a whatsapp, i'll show you.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by r4gs View Post
    Thanks Alex. Lovely patina! So where are the rest of your vintage hiding???
    I sold most of it last couple of months, but i'm lucky to find this with unpolished factory bevels.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinidad View Post
    I sometimes regret selling my '74 Daydate and '78 datejust.
    Not into buying vintages, but really love the character and story behind each.
    I Still have regret selling this.

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    My MK1 GMT. I'm a Patina whore lol...
    Last edited by Alexlow; 20-03-14 at 01:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexlow View Post
    I sold most of it last couple of months, but i'm lucky to find this with unpolished factory bevels.
    Why sell your vintage Rolexes? Alamak

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