In one of my drawers I have an early 1960s Heuer Rally-Master that belonged to my father. The watch is in immaculate condition and boasts some genuine Flying Finn pedigree from the Monte Carlo Rally (it was used in scrutineering in 1966).
These watches are rare and challenging to find, especially in a similar condition to this one. I'm not in a rush to part with this wonderful timepiece, but I thought I'd inquire if there's anyone on WatchCrunch whose other hobby might be classic rallying, and they have an empty spot on their dashboard looking for something like this.
I'm searching for someone who would derive more enjoyment from this watch than I do by keeping it in my drawer. Another option I'm considering is putting it up for auction among enthusiasts.
I have always liked watches and became more interested during the past couple of years. A growth entrepreneur building a better world and saving for an original Speedy Ultraman. Motto: LiG - Life is G...