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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    The Bulova looks great!!

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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    Hey dirtyhairy lucky you with the shiro. Im From Manitoba here, and well ive been a Z31 fan for over 10 years, got my first when i was 16 and feel in love right away. i have done a few car over the year but honestly have had one for about 5 years. i have one project car an 87na GL sitting out back that ill get to one day. got good jobs to work on the Z31's more, then i end up haveing no time to work on them its a vicious cycle. But the hope on the horizon come this june putting on 2 of my own pumper truck on contract in the MB/SK oilfields, so i should have more time to start a new project car. a few years back i build a beautiful 85 2+2 gll turbo for a doctor here. pulled the sub frames and all new poly bushings an everything.

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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    Quote Originally Posted by canadian300zx View Post
    Hey dirtyhairy lucky you with the shiro. Im From Manitoba here, and well ive been a Z31 fan for over 10 years, got my first when i was 16 and feel in love right away. i have done a few car over the year but honestly have had one for about 5 years. i have one project car an 87na GL sitting out back that ill get to one day. got good jobs to work on the Z31's more, then i end up haveing no time to work on them its a vicious cycle. But the hope on the horizon come this june putting on 2 of my own pumper truck on contract in the MB/SK oilfields, so i should have more time to start a new project car. a few years back i build a beautiful 85 2+2 gll turbo for a doctor here. pulled the sub frames and all new poly bushings an everything.
    Very cool. My first was an 84' N/A from Cali. The Shiro was fun, had all poly bushings, adjustable Tokico's, SS springs (so stiff) and on and on. Very fun cars to drive. Eventually the body was more than I could handle, unfortunately Z31 sheet metal hasen't treated me so well. I was younger and didn't have as much money so I sold it. I miss it a lot. One day I'd like to pick up a clean S30 and drop a SBC 350 in it. Keep us (or maybe just me) updated on the project car progress, I'm not on z31.com any more, but still love anything "Z"
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    I was looking for the same thing. And I think seiko 6138-0030 is the closest plus it's a vintage piece which adds more character. Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1326595011.284353.jpg
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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    Look for a vintage Zodiac or Tag

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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    I think that if one was able to change out the Hands on the 98B121 we would have a damn close winner. but als maybe just a good NATO band will have to do. I will Keep you all Posted. thanks for the help all.
    and Dirtyhairy is will definitely keep you up dated, I am waiting until I get the New Pumper trucks on contract then looking at a wear house for my Toys (my other addiction, cars).

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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    Sturmanskie with Poljot 3133, Photo courtesy of Julian Kampmann at Poljot24.de
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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    I think this Jacques lemans chronograph is the best you can get

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    Quote Originally Posted by sir_swatch View Post
    Sturmanskie with Poljot 3133, Photo courtesy of Julian Kampmann at Poljot24.de
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    Good call. Different case style, but otherwise the most similar watch I've seen to the THC.
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    Re: Recomendation for possible Tudor Heritage Chrono Homage??

    Quote Originally Posted by Triton9 View Post
    I think this Jacques lemans chronograph is the best you can get

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    WoW has I left for $119.40 http://www.worldofwatches.com/detail...ESLEMANS-1636B
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