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Need a reason to hit-up your local thrift shop? No, it has nothing to do with being extremely late to the Macklemore party, it’s because you’re about to be inspired to hunt your tail off. Zach Norris walked into a Phoenix area Goodwill in search of a push golf cart and walked out with an original LeCoultre Deep Sea Alarm for $6. Yes, six dollars for a watch that he in turn sold for $35,ooo (with an Omega Speedmaster Pro). The watch dates back to 1959—the first year the model was made—and is one of only 1,000 every made for sale in the United States. This makes us want to hit up a thrift show more than any pop hit ever could.

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