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I am a clock guy, jumping boards...
I am interested in picking up a Vintage Rolex Daytona.
One I could wear, so mint condition would not be an issue.. but it would need to be clean.
What would I have to pay to get one these days?
What are the differences between the models (vintage models)
Thanks for your help,
Please define vintage. Do you want a Paul Newman model or just an older steel model. You will spend anywhere between 6k and 22k good luck on your search. I had 6 steel Daytona's last year all new or like new models and they all sold in excess of 8.5k
What is the difference between a paul newman adn a "older steel"?
I have wanted one for along time,I bought a new SS daytona in 2004...thinking it would work... not my cup of tea.
I would like to spend around 10K
Is this a Paul Newman? or a "older steel"
Ebay item # 4966974853
I will get some books out tomorrow and give you the Newman reference numbers. Is the 2004 for sale?
I was lucky to get it, I called my local Rolex dealer in SLC asking about a SS Daytona.
He got one in the day before (The first in 12 months)
I drove down with cash and paid him $500 over Rolex retail and brought it home.
After a few months I decided I wanted a vintage Daytona...
I used it in a trade towards a high end musical clock a few months back... needless to say it was not hard to get rid of.
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