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FS: 1967 Enicar Sherpa Super Jet mk. II *LINK* *PIC*

Founded by the Racine family (Enicar being the reverse of Racine), Enicar has produced some bold dive watches, especially the Super Dive. But some seem, to us, as least as interesting, if not more. Here comes the Super Jet

Coming also in a 40mm super compressor case, this bold dive watch features a GMT complication, thanks to the red 4th hand and the inner rotating bezel, which can also be used as a classic diving rotating bezel.

Made in 1967, this model is a mark II, featuring the rare closed handset and the big signed crowns. With the difficulty to find these in good condition, we feel very lucky to have this one in stock today. Don’t let it go, you will not find another one like this.

Overall condition is excellent and all parts are original, including plexiglas. Dial and hands are in superb condition. Hands have been professionally matched to the dial. Case shows very few aging marks and remains unpolished. Crowns are original.

For this rare watch, I am asking 3500€. The watch is located in France.

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