Black Dial Rolex Daytona Steel Replica Watch For Sale

After completing 698 laps and 25 pits around the 3.56 mile circuit, Black Dial Rolex Daytona Steel Replica Watch spent about six hours crammed into the car whizzing around the track. The picture below courtesy of Taylor Johnson, shows Nick stepping on the podium after the race, sporting his beloved Rolex Submariner Date on the wrist. But what makes Nick special and worthy of being featured in this watch collectors section, is his love for watches and cars. As you guys know, these are two things that we love here at Watch Collecting Lifestyle.

Rolex Daytona Steel

Furthermore, this past weekend, Nick debuted at the 54th Annual Rolex 24 at Rolex Daytona Steel Replica Watch formerly known as the 24 Hours of Daytona and finished second in the Le Mans Prototype Challenge PC Class. Nick who’s only 26, is Denis and Karen Boulle’s son owners of de Boulle, a family owned jeweler and authorized dealer in Dallas and now Houston that we featured here.

Today, we start a new section within our Collector’s Corner. The new section named Rolex Replica Watch  will feature watch collectors around the globe in their element. We will be talking watches with them and of course about other luxury things they love regarding the good life. Without more preamble, let’s go straight to meet our first featured collector.

Nick Boulle, is not only a close friend but also one of the heirs to the de Boulle dynasty in Dallas, Texas. For those of you not familiar with the race, the race requires four-driver teams. Teamed up with Tom Kimber-Smith, Robert Alon and Jose Gutierrez, Nick made his dream come true, making it to the podium and finishing second with his team. Racing 24 hours straight at the legendary Daytona International Speedway, Nick was accompanied by his Rolex Submariner on the wrist. The extenuating endurance Rolex 24 at Rolex Daytona Replica Watch race, is one of those legendary races that requires a lot of preparation not only physically but mentally.

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