Time To Unwind Podcast #13 - Fantasy Shopping List: Watches and Cars

Here’s a nice problem to have, inspired by a question we asked our resident racing driver Scott McKenna. You can read all about it here. So to recap, here are the rules of the game. You’ve got around £150,000 to spend on four cars and four watches. One car has to cost no more than £5000, the next no more than £10,000, the third no more than £20,000 and the final one £100,000. Same goes for watches: one watch to be no more than £500, the next no more than £1,000, the third no more than £2,000, and the final one no more than £10,000. After all, watches tend to be cheaper than cars. Unless Ben is buying. Sounds simple, doesn’t it?

But you won’t believe the amount of debate it caused. And because we could all talk for days about this, we’ve split it up into two groups. Anthony and Jon are up first, with Tim and Ben making their choices next week. Expect no mercy to be shown...

Sit back and enjoy!

Show Notes;

The new Banksy
Richard Hammond attempts to drive an F1 car
Certina DS-1 Powermatic 80
Seiko 5 Black and Gold
Hamilton military watch found on eBay
Lorando Valjoux
Glycine Combat Sub
Yema Superman French Air Force Limited Edition
Anonimo Nautilio Vintage Blue
TAG-Heuer Formula 1
Omega Constellation
Universal Geneve Polerouter
Ben's favourite Polerouter
Sinn U50
Cartier Tank
Heuer Daytona
Girard Perregaux Laureato
Anthony's Panerai choice...
Ben's Panerai choice
Heuer Montreal
Tag Heuer Silverstone
Glashütte Senator
Anthony's £5,000 choice
Jon's £5,000 choice
Anthony's £10,000 choice
Jon's £10,000 choice
Jon's £20,000 choice
Anthony's £20,000 choice has now sold - but here is something similar!
Anthony's Fiesta Hatchback
Anthony's £100k choice
Anthony's Singer inspired car

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