On offer is an amazing collection piece by Heuer from 70s.
In 1976, Jack Heuer, the great grandson of the brand's founder, designed a chronograph to celebrate Niki Lauda's first world championship title with Ferrari. The Swiss watch company was then official timekeeper for Scuderia (from 1971 to 1979), and it was the first time that Monza had appeared on the dial of a watch.
Case-- PVD coated metal case, 39 mm without crown.
Strap-- Good quality leather rally strap, 22 cm long with the case.
Movement-- Heuer caliber 12 with 30-min and 12h sub-dials. Automatic micro-rotor chronograph. All functional and keeping time.
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