I feel it could be usefull with thread like this after I saw this watch this week. I was at an aerospace congress in Stockholm and happen to engage in a conversation with a (very) old but young at heart airline pilot. I could not help but noticing that he had something interessting on his wrist. I asked him about it and he proudly showed me his Speedmaster ”broad arrow” that he bought new in 1957 when he was 25. I was of course completly blown away. He told me had only recently been really aware of its true significance when he had it serviced. He told me he had no intention selling it, but after him his son would get it. I think it is something I also can relate to with my Speedmaster I got after my own dad. It is a really powerfull memento when it is something I saw him wear so often for so such a long time.