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Why We Love It
Watches and racing are inextricably linked. In many ways, the Heuer Carrera is at the heart of that connection.
This particular Carrera, a Reference 2447NST, dates to the late 1960s. It features a rare and desirable "Reverse-Panda" configuration with white triple subsidiary register layout. This model also comes with a printed tachymeter ring on the dial, earning it the "NST" model designator.
At a lithe 35mm, this Carrera is the perfect size as it can be concealed easily under a cuff and won't get in the way of your driving gloves. Dating to 1969, the watch is in stunning condition. The matte black dial is nearly perfect with lume plots achieving a rich even patina. With a sharp, crisp case and a Gay Freres beads-of-rice bracelet, this Carrera is a stunner.
Whether navigating the chicanes at your local race course or just cruising around town, it’s the perfect companion for a fast-paced lifestyle.
The Carrera was one of Jack Heuer’s most passionate projects, and his design ethos for this watch can be summed up in one word: legibility. Jack wanted a watch that was stylish and functional, a watch that gives you everything you need and nothing you don’t. From the sharp bevels on the case to the artful openness of the dial, it's become a classic.
In designing the Carrera, Heuer finally created something that was entirely his, and is without question the chronograph that is most associated with him. He incorporated a tension ring around the edge of the dial, and printed the tachymeter track on it. Heuer's obsession with legibility led to a dial design that was simpler to read than the Omega Speedmaster or the Rolex Daytona (released the same year as the Carrera).
What resulted was a chronograph that gave only the most necessary bits of information, with plain baton markers: clean, uncluttered, undeniably attractive.
Stainless Steel Case is approximately 35mm (excluding crown). Heuer reference 2447NST. Valjoux 72 Manually winding chronograph movement. Circa 1969.
Overall Condition: The case is in excellent condition overall with normal signs of wear. Luminous black reverse panda dial is in great condition with intact luminous plots. Luminous handset shows matching patination. Signed crown
Includes Gay Freres beads of rice bracelet with Heuer signed clasp. Also includes service envelope, Heuer racing patch.
Analog/Shift stands behind the authenticity of our products in perpetuity.
We back each Analog/Shift vintage timepiece with a one-year mechanical warranty from the date of purchase.
All of our watches include complementary insured shipping within the 50 states. We are happy to hand deliver your purchase in Manhattan or you may pick it up at our showroom.
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