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Re: FS: Heuer Autavia
In Response To: FS: Heuer Autavia ()

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: The solid stainless steel case on this classic Heuer Autavia is a
: monster at 42mm across at its widest point.
: The finish looks to be ORIGINAL and UNTOUCHED! Features a Heuer
: signed stainless steel left-side crown and original steel
: pushers on the right side. Certainly shows signs of use, but
: it’s a vintage sports watch that has been worn, so one would
: expect it to look the part.
: Asking Price $4800

: The movement is the caliber 12, signed Heuer. It is one of the
: first automatic winding chronograph movements ever produced. It
: was produced in 1972 and features a micro-rotor auto-winding
: system. It has been recently serviced and is running well and
: keeping good time. The chronograph works as it should.

: The dial finish is also all original with a reverse panda look
: (black dial with white subdials). It also features applied
: steel, luminous hour markers, blued steel subdial hands, and red
: accents throughout. Outstanding and great looking original
: handset is TRI-COLORED (Steel/Luminous/Red with red arrow tips).

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: Thanks.

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