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sorry about the error post..what I wanted to say was:
Personally I would find it useful if "serious" dealers could alert the forum if they have interesting watch newly in stock. I find it a pain trawling through the dealer sites to find if they have a new vintage Heuers for sale.
However I do see the downside:
1)that is not the point of this forum
2)the forum is flooded with messages from dealers advertising "crap"
What about this: the forum publishes a "global" wish list of the rarer models and dealers can only notify if they have one of these models in stock. So I don't want to see a lot of late model TAG-Heuer rubbish but I am happy to be notified for let say triple register Carrera's and certain Autavia models, etc.
I guess it only works in the small Heuer world. Jeff would you allow it on the OtD forum?