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Great to hear from you. It didn't occur to me that it was hurt by the lack of glamourous racing connection but that makes a lot of sense. When I think of the Autavia or Carrera, one can't help but think of Grand Prix races or the Panamericana.
I had seen a Jarma recently online and liked the two tone style and the Monza just screams racing coolness - I guess this is the Niki Lauda connection?
: Hi Amar - it's a very lovely watch, I agree with the other replies.
: It may have been a bit hurt in its popularity from missing a
: glamorous racing connection, but with that super-clear dial,
: classical proportions and minimalist hands it's definitely a
: beauty as are its siblings of the second wave Monza and Jarama.