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For sale is a 1982 Heuer Autavia Diver 100 with all correct case, flush crystal, hands, dial & bezel which are all flawless.
Never polished, reworked, relumed or reassembled.
The so-called "Alpha-male-Autavia" as it is the scarcest variant to own - only mentioned once in the 1982 dealer leaflet on a Corfam strap
(see picture below)
It has the matching but used (though very good) Rolex-Style Heuer bracelet with Diver extension and correct end pieces.
Watch runs perfect in any ways - pushers, winding the watch, chronograph & adjusting the crown have NOS (tight) feel to them - NOS throughout.
As with all correct Diver 100 this has 11063V case and a very high serial number -> 396101
(due to the end of the production run in the pre-TAG Heuer era)
Located in germany & can be shipped with insurance WW without any problems - local pick-up would be fine.
I´d prefer a bank transfer vs. PayPal as they just profit 4% without any real service outside of eBay but I´d accept it.
Lots of references from intl. watch sites and previous sales/buys.
Watch was reviewed by two Heuer experts during the last years & both underlined that this is a really rare & collectable example.
Price is 4200 Euro incl. WW insured & tracked transportation - PayPal plus 4%. 4100 Euro for a face-to-face deal in western germany.
If you need further info or more detailed pictures - just ask.