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duPont REGISTRY

duPont REGISTRY October 2019

A Buyers Gallery of Fine Automobiles is created for owners, buyers and traders of exotic and high-performance automobiles. duPont REGISTRY provides affluent subscribers a panoramic display of lavish and luxury automobiles for sale, along with a broad selection of additional products of interest such as high-end and exotic automotive accessories, watches, collectibles and much more.

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English
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duPont Registry
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from the publisher

Dear Reader, Judging from the crowds at this year’s Pebble Beach/Monterey Motorweek, it is probably difficult to provide any new information or retrospective data. It would seem that everyone was there. But here goes. For the first time ever, duPont REGISTRY™ LIVE was prominently located at the epicenter of the week’s events. We have always felt our event participation to be important but this time we “stepped-up” our game even more. For the benefit of readers, the general public and our advertisers, we partnered with the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance to stage an unprecedented display of automotive excellence atop Peter Hay Hill at Pebble Beach. Virtually everyone who was there visited our stunning array of design, innovation and performance. If you weren’t there on Sunday to walk the Hill, you missed it. Leading…

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dupont registry

General Manager Bucky Worboys National Sales Manager John D. Chapman III Senior Vice President, Automotive Sales & Strategy Jack Clemons II Vice President, Sales Tim Breaux Shane Burden Hal Reddick Sales Associates Jackson Andrew Ron Barreto Matt Dixon Dylan Orluck Rodney Campo Phil Elfstrom Lele Paul Advertising Associates Kathy DeCesare Sheri Norris Marty Binder Kristin Kuntz Advertising Assistants Martha Henry Cheryl Rosenlund PRODUCTION Managing Editor Elizabeth B. Kobal Advertising Coordinator Carol Bressler Press Management Charlie Walsh Graphic Artists Jeff CampBell Khoi Nguyen Jessica Plymale WEB DEVELOPMENT Doug Martin, Director Will Chapman, Alain Vincent D. Omila, Jamey Owens, Sri Popuri, Todd Reinbolt DIGITAL MARKETING Steven Chapman Jr., Emet Evjen, Ed Jones, Alyssa Mammano, Andrew Nabors, Brad Neuendank Chief Executive Officer Steven B. Chapman Publisher Emeritus Thomas L. duPont Comptroller Lauren Osekowski Purse, C.P.A. Chief Technology Officer Manuel O. Obordo Director of Sales Cindy Carr Director of Marketing Inglis Leslie Production Manager Tony W. Alvis Assistant to the CEO Anne T. Von Heal Staff Accountants Nicole PonderSheryll Woodhouse Circulation Coordinator Audrey Crowder Receptionist Gwendolyn Cheramie General Counsel J. Douglas…

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2019 luxury watch guide

FRANCK MULLER VANGUARD 45 RACING Big, bold and definitively identifiable from across a crowded room (or race track), this Franck Muller Vanguard 45DT Racing watch is crafted in stainless steel and features a hand-polished tonneau-shaped case with red inserts on both sides of the case. With a red outer flange (for seconds reading) on the brushed black dial, the watch has a truly sporty appeal. In addition to the hours, minutes and seconds, it offers date indication. It is powered by a self-winding movement and is endowed with 42 hours of power reserve when fully wound. $9,200. VANGUARD CRAZY HOURS 45 Offering a whimsical take on time, the Vanguard Crazy Hours ™ watch has an almost futuristic look to it. This stainless steel bold tonneau-shaped watch also features a stainless steel dial. The blue…

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how to build a watch wardrobe

If you’ve been thinking about starting a watch collection, there is no time like the present. Watches can be worn on the wrist every day and are highly noticeable. Additionally, some watches not only hold their value, but also increase in value over the years. Whether you are considering building a watch wardrobe purely for the pleasure of it, or for investment purposes, we bring you a few important questions you should be asking yourself, and offer some helpful hints on getting started. I want to preface this article, though, with what may well be the most important ethos of watch collecting: Buy what you truly like; trust your own personal style and taste. To me, collecting is not about investing in the future, but rather it is about enjoying the…

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world-class luxury coupe

There is but one focus when it comes to the Lexus LC 500: the driver. From the driver-centric cockpit to the aerody-namically driven exterior, any person behind the wheel of an LC 500 will feel the amount of craftsmanship that went into creating the sports car. Whether they be a daily driver or racing enthusiast, every person will get the same sense of passion Lexus poured into its design. Lexus' artisanship is on full display in the LC 500’s stunning cabin. High-quality materials, such as real metals, fine leather, and Alcantara®, are utilized through the interior. Almost all parts are upholstery-wrapped, including the leather-wrapped gear shifter. Each driver in the LC 500 will notice just how much revolves around their comfort. Even the meticulously designed ambient lighting will help shed light…

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ferrari

You may not know it, but Ferrari masterfully engineered a powerful racing boat back in the 1950s that was built for one thing: breaking the World Speed Record on the water. Achille Castoldi, a racing champion, proposed such a boat to the one and only Enzo Ferrari who agreed to help him in the endeavor. Enzo Ferrari put his best engineers on the project and was even personally involved. The result was a one-of-a-kind Ferrari engine that sat atop a boat built by Timossi Azzano’s Cantieri boatyard on Lake Como, Italy; a hydroplane made of steel, marine-grade wood and mahogany that weighed only 1,764 lbs. Next up, they needed an engine, and a powerful one at that. This is where Ferrari’s top engineers put their brilliant minds to work. Being 1952, Ferrari…