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I am selling a very nice, and rare Heuer Autavia 73663 with Serial 202.391. The similar dial style to the Heuer 1550 SG gave the watch the nickname "Bund". Its one of the rarest Autavias known, since it was just available at the German Market (Numbers between 100 and 500 were told).
The case is in very good condition. I think it was polished to factory standards during a service some time ago. Serial and reference number are clearly visible, pushers are the correct fluted ones. The bezel turns free with 60 clicks. the size is 42,2 x 47,5mm with 20mm during the lugs.
Hands and dial are in nice condition too. Both are popping up under UV-light and than fastly fading. The hand at 6 o clock seems to be replaced. I have a matching one in my spare box and would give it to the new owner. A small lume dot at 3 o'clock seems to be missing.
The movement is a Valjoux 7736 which runs very good (+7sec/ day, 324° amplitude, 0.0ms beat error). The chronograph is working too. It starts, stops and resets as it should. The service history though is unknown.
The watch comes with a generic black strap.
Since this Autavia is one of the rarest and most sought after options, I'd like to ask 6.000€. The watch is located in Germany.
International shipment is no problem at all.