1960s Heuer Camaro ref. 9220 N

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What We Fancy

The Camaro is perhaps the most interesting chronograph model to be made by Heuer. Produced from 1968-1972, the Camaro perfectly captures the era of automobile racing in the United States and Jack Heuer genius marketing tactics associated it with Chevrolet. The newly introduced cushion case design was produced with either three or in this case two registers. With a different more loud case design, you either love it or hate it. In our opinion, it is still a very undervalued models from Heuer.

Brand: Heuer

Model: Camaro reference 9220 N

Case: 37mm wide excluding crown, 44mm tall, 11.5mm thick, all stainless steel, screw-down case back, signed crown, cushion style case, pump pushers, domed acrylic crystal

Movement: Valjoux cal. 92, manual winding, recently serviced

Bracelet/ Strap: Brown double stitch calfskin, 19mm lug width

Features: Charcoal/ brown tone dial, pointed baton handset, 45-minute counting chronograph, domed crystal, pump pushers, tachymeter scale, raised baton handset, screw-down case back, tritium lume, circa the late 1960s

Box & Papers: No

Condition: In excellent all original condition. The dial is great with no defects such as blemishes or speckling. The case is good with some smaller superficial scratches in areas. Signs of light polishing in the distant past. The movement has been serviced and keeps excellent time when tested. The chronograph operates smoothly.

Backed by our one-year repair warranty. To trade in your watch towards this purchase or to make arrangements for purchase via wire, check/ cash to save on fees, please send us a message or email