Heuer Monza 150.501 PVD

killer look chrono - perfect condition

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The Heuer Monza 150.501 with the black PVD case is the killer among vintage chronographs. The Monza was presented in 1976 to Niki Lauda for his world title and then the watch came on the market.

The matte black PVD surface of the case gives the Monza a sporty killer look. The black dial with red accents is absolutely immaculate. The tritium lume material has been preserved intact in the hour markers and hands. The combined pulsometer and tachymeter scale for determining the pulse and speed is attached to the dial rim. The condition of the stainless steel case is perfect without any noteworthy quirks. The case back of the Monza bears the model name and the reference number 150.501.

The heart of the Heuer Monza is the automatic caliber 15. This movement is based on the caliber 11. The position of the crown on the left side of the case is the hallmark of this legendary movement.

The fact that TAG Heuer made a re-edition of the Monza speaks for the success and recognition of this model. But the original Heuer Monza 150.501 from 1976 remains, especially for vintage lovers, the more sought-after collector's item.

Serial number: 352.xxx

Int.Exe.: 67734

Classification by Watchpool Condition System

Vintage (1940 - 1980) - 8 - worn regularly - unpolished or light polished


Manufacturer: Heuer

Model: Monza

Reference: 150.501

Functions: date - chronograph - small second - luminous hand - tachymeter - screwed-on caseback

Material: Steel/PVD

Dial: black

Watch glass: plexiglass

Bracelet: leather

Type of clasp: pin buckle

Diameter: 40mm

Caliber name: Heuer Caliber 15

Movement type: automatic

Year of Manufacture: 1976

Stock No.: PTV1217


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