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  1. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Mar 13, 2021

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    What's interesting is that @porsche_private_collection has also posted this image below. Note the 6 o'clock register has "911 R", which makes sense. Yet the live pics that I've seen have "ZZ1SR" (or is it 7715R or ZZ??R or ?????) in that register.
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  2. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Mar 13, 2021

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    Yes, I don’t understand the numbers/ lettering on the dial…as you say, 911R makes sense.

    i think the first two digits are 7s
     
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  3. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Mar 13, 2021

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    Maybe 911 couldn't be used for whatever reason and it's the last digits of his vin number + R, or something else that has some personal meaning... ::confused2::
     
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  4. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Mar 13, 2021

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    I reckon that’s a pretty good guess
     
  5. kappa_md

    kappa_md Mar 13, 2021

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    This :thumbsup:
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  6. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Mar 14, 2021

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    I asked him on Insta- it's his watch/ car. 776R is the production number of his car
     
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  7. Pitfitter446

    Pitfitter446 Mar 14, 2021

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    Letters would be much clearer if not linked across the bottom?
     
  8. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Mar 14, 2021

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    Thanks. I was thinking to ask him myself, been following him for quite a while. He has an amazing collection of Porsches.

    The number on his watch must match the number on his dash plaque.
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    It would be, but it's trying to emulate the style of the 911R logo.
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  9. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Mar 16, 2021

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    Great shot of the new Jack Heuer 88th Birthday Carrera in rose gold by @monochromewatches

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  10. kappa_md

    kappa_md Mar 16, 2021

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    I still believe that if you’re a true Jack Heuer fan, the JH80 Carrera is still the one to get ;)

    Still the BEST LE Carrera, the JH80 is a must have for the enthusiast-collector, while the JH88 is just nice to have :thumbsup:
     
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  11. imagwai

    imagwai Mar 16, 2021

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    If you're a true Jack Heuer fan, then surely you need both! :) I agree, though, that the JH80 is the best if you only had one.
     
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  12. Yago

    Yago Mar 16, 2021

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    The 40th anniversary JH Carrera CV2117 from 2004 is still the best in my book

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    Photo from C11

    Closely followed by the underground CV2114 from 2002/2003, when Jack Heuer was either 70 or 71.

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    Photo from C11, mine 151/350
     
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  13. imagwai

    imagwai Mar 16, 2021

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    It's very nice too, but it unfortunately has "TAG Heuer" on the dial.

    EDIT: Don't get me wrong. It's a lovely watch that I've considered owning myself many times. Just that the lack of a Heuer logo means it can't be the definitive "Jack Heuer" watch in my opinion.
     
  14. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Mar 16, 2021

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    In that case, neither can the JH88. But I do agree a "Heuer" logo would've made the Carrera 40th near perfect. Regardless, I would still choose the 40th anniversary over the JH80 (which I think is too thick). Both are pretty awesome Carreras. :thumbsup:
     
  15. Yago

    Yago Mar 16, 2021

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    Yeah but I still like it more.
    The panda is Jack’s favourite dial apparently so let’s hope 2022 will bring us a Jack Heuer 90th LE panda in the glassbox :thumbsup:
     
  16. imagwai

    imagwai Mar 16, 2021

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    Ooh, now you're talking. That would be one awesome watch.
     
  17. thingziliketoo

    thingziliketoo Mar 16, 2021

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    Tag Tuesday
     
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  18. tricky92

    tricky92 Mar 17, 2021

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  19. Calibre11

    Calibre11 Editor of Calibre11.com Staff Member Mar 18, 2021

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    Carrera 36mm Reedition from 1996 by @tickingtimehomme

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  20. Snowy

    Snowy Mar 18, 2021

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    Formula1 powered by Shell;)
     
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