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A very nice example of the rare Autavia 11063 Diver 100. Diver 100 was produced for a short period of time in the beginning of the 80:s before TAG bought Heuer. It is considered to be one of the rarest Autavia models and the only one with round indexes and mercedes hand.
The watch is in excellent condition and works as it should. Serviced by Abel Court (Heuertime) and even pressure tested at the time of service. Not that I recommend diving with it, but still nice to know that it can be used for what it was intended for.
The bezel is not the original one, even if the decomp bezel was available as an alternative. This example came with the more classic dive bezel in Rolex style from the beginning. Unfortunately I do not have the original bezel anymore. Personally I think the decomp bezel is nicer and it adds a bit of color.
The bracelet has a TH buckle. Think it is from the transition time just when TAG had bought Heuer and they put together watches and bracelets from what ever was available. Have seen Autavia bracelets with TH buckles on late Skippers before as well.
The watch is located in Sweden but can of course be shipped world wide. I have plenty of references from buying and selling Heuers through Chronotrader and other sites.
Price is 5800 Euro with the bracelet and 5500 without it.