Heuer Monza 150.501

black pvd case - excellent condition

The Heuer Monza is a rare vintage chronograph from the late 1970s. Its attractive design and the connection to racing make the Monza very popular. The Monza achieved its fame when it was presented to the newly crowned world champion Niki Lauda in 1976.

The case of the Monza has a black PVD coating, which, in combination with the black dial, creates a very attractive and sporty look. The black dial is in excellent condition. The tritium lume is original. The dial has a small seconds sub dial at 10 o'clock, a 30-minute counter at 3 o'clock, a date window at 6 o'clock and a combined pulsometer and tachymeter scale. The stainless steel case is beautifully preserved and show no significant scratches. The case back bears the Heuer logo, the reference number and the serial number.

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

Overall, this Heuer Monza is a fine example of a rare vintage chronograph. Sporty appearance, the connection to racing and the rarity make this watch very popular with vintage collectors.

Serial number: 336xxx (1977)

Int.Exe.: 18632

Manufacturer: Heuer

Model: Monza

Reference: 150.501

Functions: date - chronograph - small second - screwed-on caseback

Material: Brass

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: 1977

Overall condition: 9 - has rarely been worn - unpolished


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