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I have this grail watch that I would like to sell to a true Heuer lover. This is a very, very... very rare Autavia with manual winding 7736 movement inside, reference 73663, in literally amazing conditions.
As you can see the reverse panda dial, with arabic indexes (typical of KAF Autavias) has a wonderful patina, 42,5mm case is in great conditions, bezel is in very good conditions. Everything is 100% original, caseback is without military assignment.
Please note, watch was totally serviced a couple of weeks ago.
This is a very fascinating watch, I think one of the most rare Autavia references. I would love to provide further pics privately of course, if truly interested into it.
For it, for sure not something I see everyday on the market, the asking price is 9,750€ OBRO. For sure we can discuss about it, and I could take into account also some trades, mostly with 40s-50s steel chronos.
Thank you guys, thank you CT.