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A HISTORICAL STAINLESS STEEL RECTANGULAR AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, REGISTERS AND BRACELET PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY SWISS FORMULA 1 RACING DRIVER CLAY REGAZZONI CIRCA 1971 REF 1133B MONACO 'STEVE MCQUEEN'
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A HISTORICAL STAINLESS STEEL RECTANGULAR AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, REGISTERS AND BRACELET PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY SWISS FORMULA 1 RACING DRIVER CLAY REGAZZONI CIRCA 1971 REF 1133B MONACO 'STEVE MCQUEEN'
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A HISTORICAL STAINLESS STEEL RECTANGULAR AUTOMATIC CHRONOGRAPH WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, REGISTERS AND BRACELET PREVIOUSLY OWNED BY SWISS FORMULA 1 RACING DRIVER CLAY REGAZZONI CIRCA 1971 REF 1133B MONACO 'STEVE MCQUEEN'
• cal. 11 automatic nickel lever movement, 17 jewels, mono-metallic balance • blue dial, applied horizontal indexes, white subsidiary dials for 30-minute and 12-hour registers • rectangular steel case, back secured by purpose built tool • case, dial and movement signed • stainless steel Heuer bracelet • with a letter signed by Clay Regazzoni
width 40 mm, interior bracelet length 190 mm
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Catalogue Note

Heuer released this model, Ref. 1133, the Monaco, in 1969. It gets its name from the Monaco Grand Prix, one of the greatest and most famous auto races in the World.

The watch would become famous in the 1971 Steve McQueen auto racing film 'Le Mans'. The actor was inspired to wear one in the film after seeing it on the wrist of his friend, the racing legend Jo Siffert.

The present watch was given to the current owner by the Swiss Grand Prix driver Gianclaudio 'Clay' Regazzoni. He competed in Formula One races for Ferrari, BRM, Ensign, Shadow and Williams from 1970 to 1980, winning five Grands Prix.

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