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This weekend I'm offering you this Camaro 7220S. The case is nice and sharp and it has the original pushers but the winder is a replacement. The dial has some scratches on the Subs which I hope you can see in the photos - the hour lume plots are original, the hour and minute hands are original, they're relumed - but the colour seems nicely matched. Good case back and movement.

Hope you like it, have a great weekend.

Maker: Heuer

Model: Camaro 7220S

Date: Circa 1967/8

Serial No.: 975**

Case: Steel cushion case with brushed steel finish, straight lugs, early plain chronograph pushers, later winder, serial number stamped between the lugs beneath six. The back cover with brush-finish and engraved on the inside with the usual Heuer Leonidas stamps.

Dial: Silvered dial signed CAMARO HEUER with ribbed and facetted hour markers with the original lume dot plots, three sub dials the hour recording sub signed SWISS T, Some marking to the finish on the right and left sub dials

Hands: All original hands, steel baton hour and minute hands with matching replacement lume, original finish for the chronograph and sub hands.

Movement: Calibre 72 movement stamped Heuer Leonidas SA on the curved bridge.


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