- Legend Diver back from Switzerland service!
- My watch collection – Steve Zissou’s Vostok Amphibia
- My watch collection – Poljot Aviator Alarm
- 50 years of Porsche 911 – Story of an icon
- The sweetest engine notes in the world – Top three!
- The Saabs of my childhood and beyond
- Mazda Miata 25 Years!
- Saab 96 1964 – Memories from my year with ‘Ann’
- The car of my dreams – Something to be ashamed of
- Saab 9000 turning 30!
Author Archives: Filip Ericsson
Finally! Sweet reunion with my beloved Longines Legend Diver. It has been away for service in Switzerland for 3 months. The fact that the service cost as a service for an Audi A6 has to be repressed I guess…I might be … Continue reading
So my fourth Russian watch arrived today, the Zissou Vostok Amphibia, a must have in a Russian watch collection if you ask me! Yes, this is the diving tool of Captain Steve Zissou (Bill Murray) in the cult flick The … Continue reading
Poljot Aviator is a classic Russian pilot’s watch, before used by the Soviet Air Force. The Poljot factory is located in Moscow and originates from Stalin’s watch factory which opened in 1930, as the Soviets thought they needed their own … Continue reading
“Porsche 911” – listen to that. The expression sits like granite in the human culture, at least among the millions of people around the globe that have the least interest in cars. This year it becomes 50 and I believe … Continue reading
The citizens of the earth have adored fast cars ever since the automobile was invented. I suspect that an important part of this universal passion is the sound of the engines, where men across the globe have gathered in garages … Continue reading
I was born in a Sweden of the 1970s, and that means to a world that looked really different from what it looks like today. It was “Folkhem” (“people’s home”, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folkhemmet) and Cold War and Sweden had become rich on … Continue reading