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zztop7

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Dilbert: "Our CEO was injured when a steamer trunk full of Rolex watches fell out of his luggage helicopter and landed on his yacht."
08 April 2014.

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puroagave

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i'll take the stainless daytona if you please, since we're dreaming make mine with the 'paul newman' dial.
 

zztop7

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Dec 12, 2012
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Edmonds, WA
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i'll take the stainless daytona if you please, since we're dreaming make mine with the 'paul newman' dial.
I bought a stainless Daytona in Switzerland for approximately $200 - $300 when I was doing a 2 month criss-cross of Europe & Scandinavia on a Norton 750.
Sold it about 20 years ago for $2,000.
The Norton 750 & I were totaled in the USA by a uninsured driver in a 1954 Cadillac who ran a stop-sign; a few months after returning.
1954 Cadillacs are very hard.
Full coverage helmet [one of the first Bell full coverage] & heavy competition leathers fortunately.

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MylesBAstor

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Of course the Bubblebacks are a classic.
 

LL21

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Dec 26, 2010
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Dilbert: "Our CEO was injured when a steamer trunk full of Rolex watches fell out of his luggage helicopter and landed on his yacht."
08 April 2014.

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Reminds me of the Johnny Carson line about a massive storm that hit Hollywood..."It was terrible for me. The satellite dish fell over into the pool and flooded the polo fields..."
 

MylesBAstor

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Reminds me of the Johnny Carson line about a massive storm that hit Hollywood..."It was terrible for me. The satellite dish fell over into the pool and flooded the polo fields..."
That's gotta be a Brit thing! ;)
 

LL21

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