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sure it is a 1968 model? *PIC*
In Response To: heuer autavia white dial ()

first of all let us know how many registers the Autavia has,
if it is handwound it can`t be the new released "Jo Siffert".
The only handwould Autavia with blue hands I know is the one you see on the attached scan, and this one was released in the early 70s, if I am right.
...please give us some more Infos on "your" watch.
1700.- is by all means a quite a lot for a Autavia.

: Dear Autavia experts, I need your help.

: I am a serious Heuer collector from Holland
: with two Autavias ( 1964 and 1972) and a
: 1970 Monaco, blue dial.

: I am offered a 1968 Autavia, hand-winded watch
: with white dial and blue hands.I've seen it,
: it's in Mint condition and I love to have
: it.

: My question is what a fair price would be. I
: know it is quite rare model and am willing
: to pay a fair market price.This person
: however asks USD 1700,- and says the price
: for this one will soar shortly because
: TAG-Heuer just released a re-edition.

: Can anyone tell me whether USD 1700 is fair.

: Thanks in advance from thye Netherlands!!!!

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