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FS: Enicar Sherpa Graph Mk2/b

Hey Peeps-

Id like to sell or trade this Enicar Sherpa Graph Mk2b.

As far as cash offers, I'm looking for around $9001 USD.

For trades, I'm primarily looking for 321 speedmasters, or classic SM300 (2913, 165.014, etc.) But really am happy to hear all offers!

It's a watch that has garnered much attention for its association with Jim Clark, the winner of two F1 world championships ('63, '65). It contains the venerable Valjoux 72 movement made famous by watches such as the Rolex Paul Newman Daytona, Universal Geneve Nina Rindt Compax, and the Heuer Carrera.

Ref: 314962 - 072/001
Case material: Stainless steel
Case diameter: 40mm without crown, 20mm lug width
Movement: Valjoux 72 - manual wind, column wheel chronograph, 17 jewels, 18,000 beats per hour, 48 hr power reserve

Condition Report
Dial: All original. Black dial with silver sub-registers is in perfect, un-refinished condition. There's some wear on the tachymeter ring and minor oxydation on the hands. Original patinaed lume.

Case: high grade case made by EPSA. Original pushers and crown. The case is unpolished and in great overall condition. Some surface scratches throughout. The case back markings are super sharp

Movement: modified Valjoux 72 movement decorated in copper tones was serviced earlier this year by the previous owner in England. The movement is running strong and everything functions as it should. *Picture of the movement is from the previous owner as I do not have the proper tools at the moment

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