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Re: Sold Last Night -- Another Indianapolis Autavia Dial

Yep I make it 7 now (inc all the dials and and complete watches)

We've gone from the rarest to in the same basket as a handful of other rare Heuers, once these dials are converted. Still lovey of course but if I'd paid $200k I'd be a little disappointed about how many there will now be!

One of the reasons I love and think the Autavi 2446 SF screwback case is so special is that the details (special SF signed case with tiny serial range, A&F bridge AXF movement engraving, special blank back case with bespoke Ed Heuer signature inside) means it is 99.9% impossible to construct from parts.

: Sold on eBay last night -- another loose Indianapolis Motor
: Speedway Autavia dial.

: This one started as a no reserve auction, and was changed to a
: $10,000 BuyItNow, which was hit quickly. Presumably someone made
: an offer to the seller, which caused him to change the auction,
: to accept a $10,000 offer.

: Here's the link to the eBay auction --

: For those who may be counting, that's three of these loose dials
: since May 2017.

: Jeff


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