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I was just browsing ebay today and thought some of you might be interested in this, i liked the look of it so hey... how long does a post on here take :b



















Brand:
Panerai

Model Name:
Panerai Ferrari FER 13 - Chronograph Red Dial - 45mm Stainless Steel (AS NEW!!!) - Reference: FER 00013

Movement Type:
Automatic - CoSC Certified

Movement Details:
Time and Full Function Chronograph

Dial Description:
Red Dial with luminious stainless steel hour and minutes hands; black sweeping seconds hand. Chronograph subdials at 3,6, and 9 o'clock. Tachymeter scale on outer-edge of dial.

Bezel Description:
Stainless Steel - Fixed (does not move)

Case Details:
45mm Stainless Steel Case

Case Back:
Solid Stainless Steel Case

Strap / Bracelet:
OEM Panerai Ferrari black rubber sports strap with OEM Panerai Ferrari stainless steel deployment buckle. Also comes with OEM Panerai Ferrari black alligator padded strap (white contrast-stitching)






Retail Price:

$9,500.00
 

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A very nice and expensive Panerai Ferrari! I like colorful dials and this one is that. Thanks for posting this. ....Bob
 

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I know Rick loves this one!!!!
 

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I got my Panerai Ferrari yellow about two years ago....it was one I lusted after for a while....

here she is



Here is rear pic I've taken lately (unfortunately, shows my wear)

 

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Do you have a wrist shot Larry? I would love to see that.
 

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Watchguru58 wrote:
I already own one of these. I had to get it to match my F430 sports car. LOL!!
Dream on........
 

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I'll have you know that government employees.......

Be careful, you don't really want to go there do you?
 

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Spaceview wrote:
I'll have you know that government employees.......

Be careful, you don't really want to go there do you?
:WW:WW:WW:WW:maddI'll have you know that I have the best food stamps in the country.
I was thinking 'Training Day".....

[flash=425,344]http://www.youtube.com/v/caqE0DY5t_8&hl=en&fs=1[/flash]
 

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Spaceview wrote:
Watchguru58 wrote:
Spaceview wrote:
I'll have you know that government employees.......

Be careful, you don't really want to go there do you?
:WW:WW:WW:WW:maddI'll have you know that I have the best food stamps in the country.
I was thinking 'Training Day".....
Well I had to figure out a way to fund my watches. Can you blame me? Ha Ha LOL!!!
 

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TVDinner wrote:
Do you have a wrist shot Larry? I would love to see that.
I do not ...but I'm going to try again this weekend, everytime I taken pic on my wrist it looks like Vaseline was smeered all over ....but try try again.



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TVDinner wrote:
Do you have a wrist shot Larry? I would love to see that.


OK ....I've tried again its terrible..I can seem to take great still shots but on my wrist they come out like this.




Any good advice on just the wrist photos would be great



Tried it again found another setting..it seems better, I guess I'll keep playing with it.





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Do you have "macro" settings on the camera? That should give you a clearer picture at the close range.

Otherwise, I would hold the camera further from the wrist/watch to bring it into focus better (if possible . . . have someone else take the pic of your whole arm). :)
 

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CurrentTime wrote:
Do you have "macro" settings on the camera? That should give you a clearer picture at the close range.

Otherwise, I would hold the camera further from the wrist/watch to bring it into focus better (if possible . . . have someone else take the pic of your whole arm). :)
THat really helped!!!! thanks allot

Larry:c
 
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