When a U.S. Air Force veteran—identified only as by his first name, David—bought himself a Rolex watch during the ‘70s for just over $300, he had no idea that it would one day be worth a small fortune.
What do you do with a Paul Newman Rolex Daytona that you bought for $345 in 1974? You prepare for a windfall. US Air Force veteran David (whose last name is not being released) fainted with delight upon
How's your day going? Good? Great! I just discovered something that'll make it even better. Because, honestly, how could you not smile a little when you watch a veteran who served during Vietnam discover
It’s not quite a swoon, but there’s no doubting the drama of the moment. A former US serviceman from North Dakota has become an unlikely internet star after he brought an old watch to the US version of