- Sep 20, 2020
I have a huge diesel pickup truck. You're right it's infrequently used for the reasons I purchased it. I have no choice, I must retire soon so I can hunt, fish, and camp full time.i love smart cars not many in this town most these people have big trucks never carry anything in them lol .
Yea same here. People have huge trucks around here for no reason other than to look like big shooters. They want their trucks to look like tanks for some reason. And the younger ones just have trucks that are loud to get attention from other people. I'll never get the why or how or what the point is if you don't need a vehicle like that.. you must need it for mental reasons? Which isn't healthy. They are posers and show offs.Probably because your gas prices over there aren't breaking 8 dollars a gallon yet.
I would take a look at some vintage tuning fork watches. Those have perfectly smooth second hands, are pretty accurate and are battery powered. Essentially the predecessor to modern quartz watches. Bulova made a ton, called the Accutron. No idea what they go for these days. Other manufacturers made some too, I know of Tissot and Omega.me for now i want the cheapest watch with the smoothest second hand . in silver color not in metal i hate gold color
Oh! You would be amazed at the types of lies the watch industry, especially the Swiss watch industry is legally allowed to pull off! That's just a tiny lie. It's not just about depth, it's about pressure. Had one acquaintance complain that his 30 meter "water-proof" watch, got soaked when he wore it while showering. One, never wear any mechanical watch intentionally in the shower. Two, an ordinary shower-head is easily capable of generating enough water pressure to overcome the seals on a 30 meter watch. Easily!how it legal for the watch makers to lie? if 50 metters is only a meter or less