TAG Heuer Monaco 55
TAG Heuer and the Porsche Club of America dispatch the Monaco 55, an extremely restricted authority’s edition.
Last month I expounded on my first ‘love’ in watches, my Heuer Autavia . However the first mechanical watch I at any point genuinely took a took a gander at, was a TAG Heuer Monaco, which is as yet one of my top choices. At the point when I heard TAG Heuer delivered a (extremely) restricted version Monaco to commend the 55th commemoration of Porsche Club of America (PCA) I was amazed, on the grounds that TAG Heuer doesn’t makes a propensity for such restricted editions.The Monaco 55 shows some plan components we know from Monaco Vintage Limited Edition, TAG Heuer delivered in accolade for the Porsche-Gulf 917k race vehicle in the film Le Mans.
It’s obviously no mystery any longer (ahum) that Steve McQueen wore a Heuer Monaco in the film Le Mans. Steve McQueen’s companion Jo Siffert, a Swiss racecar driver and the principal driver at any point supported by a watch brand. This presumably enlivened Steve to demand wearing Heuer’s Monaco in the film, which had quite recently been launched.
Perhaps it was McQueen’s impact, or maybe it was Porsche driver Siffert’s, yet the Monaco appeared to become the favored chronograph of the dashing and design universes during the 1970s. This watch, whose special and uncompromising plan accomplished its practically incredible status, is quite possibly the most unmistakable watches in the world.
Porsche Club of America ( PCA ) and Georg Bartkowiak, individual from the Porsche Club of Germany, chosen to make a restricted authority’s watch for the PCA. Georg Bartkowiak, who is CEO of top of the line extravagance watch brand GRIEB & BENZINGER PLATINUM , has attempted this venture and with a pleasant result!
Just take a look…
The official restricted release TAG Heuer Monaco produced for the Porsche Club of America can be requested at this point. In spite of the fact that conveyance won’t happen until September, I figure those intrigued ought not stand by too long… there are just 55 pieces!
Its uncommon dial planned in red and dark meeting stripes and the dashing number ’55’ just as the PCA’s logo engraved on the back, underscore the uniqueness of this current authority’s watch. This PCA restricted version TAG Heuer Monaco 55 has the standard Monaco includes: a programmed chronograph development in it’s conspicuous square case, date and hands with applied superluminova so it’s clear in obscurity. It comes on a special dark leather tie with dashing openings and red sewing that isn’t accessible at retail.
This TAG Heuer Monaco 55 is just accessible through the PCA in a restricted version of 55 pieces at the cost of $5,500. I can’t envision this watch to be found for less later on. By and by I think the cost for this collector’s piece will go up rather quick after it’s sold out… which will likely not take long!
The watch can be requested online at www.PCA-TAG.com