Only question mark to me is the strap. I’m not too enthusiastic about rivets, even on a pilot watch, and also wondered if she might need a shorter strap? Since I started flying as a teenager, I’ve always had a thing for pilot watches as well.
Oh no, I took this watch with me on vacation to Hawaii. Brother @Sappie66 jokingly asked if I found it on the beach and I played along.As I’ve said before, the SM300 is my favorite of all the Omegas. Did you say you FOUND that SM300 on the beach or WORE it to the beach?
Right, I know. Sadly, of the few people I know personally who have a Giulia or Stelvio, they’ve either been lemoned or in the service center every other month. I think I know one person who still has a Guilia base model and I think he just traded it in for a used M3They have to, like I said, they are struggling to sell them
I don’t think it would be Alfa! I’ve known too many who are in the service center every other month or who have ended up returning the car under the lemon law.It makes sense to lease an Alfa. $499/mo isn't much more than I was paying for my Civic.
Although I kinda wonder if they'll prorate your monthly payment if it spends too many days in the shop. If you only have it for two weeks and the other two weeks it's being fixed, you should owe $250.
Hmm. Okay — which car brand is brave enough to run a lease like that?
One of the F.A.s in our office just did a lease on a Stelvio. He said it's $200/month cheaper than his previous Mercedes SUV lease.Right, I know. Sadly, of the few people I know personally who have a Giulia or Stelvio, they’ve either been lemoned or in the service center every other month. I think I know one person who still has a Guilia base model and I think he just traded it in for a used M3
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Obviously I’m just messing with you, although it is perfectly acceptable to lie at every opportunity to Brother @Sappie66 at every opportunity.