Heuer launched the Camaro in 1968 and it was last seen in the 1972 catalogue, the Camaro had one of the shortest production runs of all the models from the 60s and 70s, leading to their rarity today. Amongst the rarest and most desirable of the Camaro variants is this triple register exotic helped by the addition of the bright orange central chronograph and 30-minute register hands to add a definite 70’s touch of glamour
This particular example is in outstanding condition, with a crisp case showing factory brushing and no signs of over-polishing. Complete with its original fluted pushers, signed crown, and a lovely unblemished dial (which retains all of its luminescent plots!), this is without question a collector-grade timepiece.
The Camaro is a blend of the early manually-wound Carreras and the later Monaco’s, with the combination of a square cushion case and straight lugs, evocative of a Monaco, and manual calibers and dials similar to Carreras. Larger than a Carrera but without the heft of a Monaco, the Camaro is as comfortable on the wrist as it is stylish.
This is a worthy addition to any collection and a watch you are unlikely to see anyone else wearing.
Our stock number 947