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    Show us your Heuers

    Thought I'd start this for the Heuer lovers, so show us your Heuers!

    My little collection below. All of them purchased from someone on the forum at some point.



    From left to right:-

    NOS Pasadena no name (as Pasadena is not on the dial)
    Absolutely perfect and is a PVD coating. I do have the original box and strap too.

    Autavia Viceroy 1163V
    Bezel has seen some wear but the dial is perfect and just had it checked over by Rich Askham of watchspotblog.com and all fine but had the crystal polished and there was some detritus knocking around under the crystal which was tidied up.

    Heuer Autavia 11630 MH
    Absolutely love this one. Bought it from Snoodles a few months back and put it on this Hirsch strap. One minor dent on the bezel but otherwise it's in great condition.

    Heuer Carrera 1153N "The Jagger"
    So called as it was made popular by Mick Jagger in the 70's. In great condition again with some ageing to the sub-dials which I love. Just missing an original Heuer crown which I'll sort at some point once I can track one down.

    Couple of closer shots:-





    So show us yours

    Steve
    Last edited by SteveHarris; 20th July 2018 at 17:35.

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    Currently own these two...


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    Heuer 2446C GMT



    Heuer 2447S



    Heuer 1550SG


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    My group of Carreras (well, the monza was essentially a special edition Carrera)

    Carrera 3647S: Carrera 73353 : Monza 150.511 : Carrera 510.523

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    Can we count my little CS3111 Re-Edition?


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    Lovely watches guys. Particularly love the 2446C GMT. Maybe one day!

    I've been thinking about a PVD Monza too. Hard trying to find one in good condition though!

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepere13 View Post
    Heuer 2446C GMT



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    I remember when I first got into watches, was looking in Goldsmiths at a blue Monaco, said to the salesperson, can you get a Autavia gmt? Complete blank look returned.
    I felt like such a berk later when I realised it was long discontinued, decided from then on to research a bit harder before opening my mouth.
    Still lust after one though.

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    510.511 in great condition and complete with bracelet.



    980.006 which has been around SC. Bought it to try the rootbeer look and it's rather nice.


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    Love a Heuer or two...



    L-R
    11630
    11630 GMT
    11630
    73663
    2446c GMT
    2446c
    Montreal
    73463
    Bund








    1163v

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    Beautiful collection

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    monnin purchased from Abel cort last year


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    Thanks for the comments about the GMT guys

    2446C GMT Mk 4, not the best execution some say, but lovely to my eyes nonetheless





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    Here is mine.

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    Iím not brave enough or knowledgable enough to get involved with the vintage Heuer scene... I do however love the re editions. Really should have kept my Silverstone.




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    Quote Originally Posted by pepere13 View Post
    Thanks for the comments about the GMT guys

    2446C GMT Mk 4, not the best execution some say, but lovely to my eyes nonetheless






    Cracking. Any more info on it? How did you pick it up? Recent?

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveHarris View Post
    Lovely watches guys. Particularly love the 2446C GMT. Maybe one day!

    I've been thinking about a PVD Monza too. Hard trying to find one in good condition though!

    Steve
    Here's mine not for sale though! 😉


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    That's what I'm talking about. Cracker!

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    I love Heuers and wish i had more but here is my one and only.


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    Nothing as glamorous as others in this thread, but this 980.004 is the first "decent" watch I bought.

    I still have the box, papers and bracelet, but I rather like it on this Di-Modell Rallye


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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveHarris View Post
    Cracking. Any more info on it? How did you pick it up? Recent?

    Steve
    Bought a while ago - before that recent Heuer mania madness - from the long gone Heuervintageforum where I was quite an active member (hello GVM ;) )

    The watch is from 1971 and bracelet is the original and very sought after Heuer bead of rice

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    Love the 2446C GMT

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    I have just two Heuers



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    Quote Originally Posted by willie_gunn View Post
    Nothing as glamorous as others in this thread, but this 980.004 is the first "decent" watch I bought.

    I still have the box, papers and bracelet, but I rather like it on this Di-Modell Rallye

    Great. Same case as old Sinn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinner77 View Post
    Great. Same case as old Sinn.
    I never knew that - every day is a school day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willie_gunn View Post
    I never knew that - every day is a school day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by carryondentist View Post
    My group of Carreras (well, the monza was essentially a special edition Carrera)

    Carrera 3647S: Carrera 73353 : Monza 150.511 : Carrera 510.523

    510.523 is my favourite heuer.

    Lovely heuers chaps

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    YumÖ. Vintage white dial Heuer Carrara for me in the future please!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinner77 View Post
    809


    Though a far nicer bracelet than the Heuer!

    Many thanks for posting that.

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    Autavia 112.603, one of the rarest.



    Autavia 11630

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    Not my pic but I have one of these...............



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    Great thread. Unfortunately my ISP only shows about 50% of the images (no idea why). Anyway, my two Heuers:

    1960ís 2447s



    1940s gilt dial big eye chronograph


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    Here's mine - Heuer Verona.

    Bought a long time ago as NOS.


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    I have had a few over the years. I have kept two.

    The Mareographe - I kept it mainly because it's pretty rare, they don't come up for sale too often. When they do come up, they are not like this one. This one is the first generation with the patent pending mark in the sub dial and the offset tide correction button at 47 minutes. The later production model had a slightly different dial design and the tide correction button at 45 minutes



    And I kept this one as I do wear it and I just like it


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    That Mareographe must be worth rather a lot now, very nice.

    I have a few but no photos to hand of my two 1163s.









    Here's one I miss:

    You can live in your car but you can't drive your house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxy100 View Post
    Here's one I miss:

    I can see why you miss that Siffert. I'd like to pick one up at some point

    Quite a few 1550SG's on here. I do like them

    Steve

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    1964 Heuer Carrera Re-edition from 1999
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    Nice collection and beautiful watches

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    Mine says Heuer on the dial although itís from the TAG era - Jack Heuer 80th Birthday LE:




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    A favourite of mine, especially after Rocco refinished the case for me. Nicely done.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil0886 View Post
    Mine says Heuer on the dial although itís from the TAG era - Jack Heuer 80th Birthday LE:




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    Lovely watch.


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    For anyone coveting the above, I spotted One of the similar looking (but non-LE) editions today in an AD, reduced to £2700.
    (I think RRP is £4400 ?).
    PM Me and Iíll spill the beans.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobafett View Post
    A favourite of mine, especially after Rocco refinished the case for me. Nicely done.



    Wonderful watch.


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    Iím quite partial to a Heuer or three....


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    Just returned from a summer holiday & iím very happy to see a Heuer dedicated thread pop up.
    I purchased my first few Heuerís in the mid 1990ís but have been a dedicated Heuer collector since about 2005. I have had the good fortune to see the Heuer community expand in size, popularity and knowledge mainly due to the community spirit that grew out of the Heuer dedicated website, On The Dash.
    Over the years i have been lucky enough to have tried the majority of their classic chronographs & divers , hereís a little sprinkle of the watches that have made me smile.

    1937 Model.358 Monopusher Flieger


    1945 Model.345 - Valjoux.71


    1946 Model.2447 tobacco dial


    Black & gilt dial model 2447


    1950ís
    A matched pair of rally master dash timers


    1960 Model.2444


    1960ís
    1st execution Autavia 2446 with full lume hands


    A trio of early screwback Autaviaís


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    Carrera 3647S


    1969

    Exotic pair of Monacoís - paintless wonder Chronomatic prototype & metallic blue Transitional



    70ís

    1st execution 1163 GMT Autavia



    A quartet of 1163 Auraviaís - so similar but each different


    Pair of 73633 Monacoís


    Carrera 1153N


    Blue Montreal


    White Montreal


    A prototype automatic Bund


    Autavia 73663 in Siffert colours with a 2446C compressor case



    80ís
    Pair of 11063 Autaviaís


    PVD case Pasadena

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    Wonderful stuff Darren! Can only dream of having some of those!

    Steve

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    Some lovely watches in this thread. The best I can contribute is a very early 3647T with radium dial.


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    I've had all of these a fair while now

    Andy

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    I am going to treat myself to a vintage Heuer at some point soon but so need to read up and make sure I know what I'm buying. There are some beautiful watches on this post, thanks to all.

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    Definitely recommended. As you said, do some research. Some good places are:-

    www.vintageheuer.com
    www.onthedash.com
    www.calibre11.com
    www.heuerpriceguide.com

    Enjoy the hunt!

    Steve

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    Does this count ?





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