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BEAUTY LIES WITHIN

ar companies do a good line in less is more. Take Porsche – from the 968 Club Sport to the latest GT2 RS, there is a trusted formula. Strip it down, power it up, then sell a car with fewer bits for more money. The watch equivalent is the skeleton. Remove the dial, shave a load of metal from the movement, and you have

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