It's my 3rd day at a Rolex dealership here in Oklahoma. I was told upon employment that we don't have any TAG's on display, but we can order them, to which I asked if we could get an SLR in cuz I could sell that to ANYONE. An older salesperson then informed me that you have to buy the Mercedes SLR to get the SLR watch. This couldn't possibly be true, could it? Has this ever been true? You don't have to buy a Ferrari to get one of Panerai's Ferrari watches, you certainly don't have to buy a Bently for a Breitling for Bently, nor do you need a Porsche for a Porsche Design or a $20,000 crotch rocket for Jean Richard's MV Agusta-dedicated Brutale. But where could this rumor have come from? Has there ever been, in the history of watches, a requirement to purchase the CAR to obtain the corresponding timepiece?