Holy Grail achieved!
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    Holy Grail achieved!

    UPS guy made my day! Been wanting a 750t for quite sometime and this beauty appeared. Man it's a great watch. Size and weight are just right.

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    Doxa Sub 750T Professional COSC
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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    The 750T COSC Professional is the C2 Corvette 1967 427 engine with 450 bhp of the lot, a classic among the classics. Only 130 were ever made, 30 made available to the public via retailers. All sold out! This is probably one of the most desirable models and version! The Dogs Bollocks!

    It does not get much better than this !!!! Yes, The Holy Grail and here is mine to join yours. Well done!

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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    This is beautiful. If I'm ever lucky enough to come across a 750T COSC, I probably won't be able to resist!
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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    Congrats!!
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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    Agree it's pretty great. Love mine:
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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    We have just formed a 750T COSC Professional Society and now there any three siblings here. Anyone else want to join The Club?! Even if you do not have the COSC and just the 750T Professional, it is like having a C2 1967 427 400 BHP instead of the 450 BHP - still a classic of The Classics.
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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    You just won't find any stories of a 750T COSC under a tarp in a barn : )

    Although, at a yardsale in a box of used dive gear would make an interesting tale.
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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    Quote Originally Posted by mondrayuk View Post
    We have just formed a 750T COSC Professional Society and now there any three siblings here. Anyone else want to join The Club?! Even if you do not have the COSC and just the 750T Professional, it is like having a C2 1967 427 400 BHP instead of the 450 BHP - still a classic of The Classics.
    Nice society!! I love my 750T pro (bought mine prior to the COSC being released). The only other Doxa that could usurp it from my wrist is the new 300T T-Graph pro with the classic bezel.

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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    Very nice enjoy the watch.

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    Re: Holy Grail achieved!

    Quote Originally Posted by mondrayuk View Post
    The 750T COSC Professional is the C2 Corvette 1967 427 engine with 450 bhp of the lot, a classic among the classics. Only 130 were ever made, 30 made available to the public via retailers. All sold out! This is probably one of the most desirable models and version! The Dogs Bollocks!

    It does not get much better than this !!!! Yes, The Holy Grail and here is mine to join yours. Well done!

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    Whether it’s a big block ’67 coupe or a small block ’69 Z, I always associate the old cars with the smaller Subs. The 750T COSC seems more like a LS9 or an ACR Viper to me.

    In any case great pieces of precision you guys have.
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