29 May 2008
GIRARD-PERREGAUX, FERRARI "CHRONOGRAPHE À RATTRAPANTE FOUDROYANTE"
950 PLATINUM SELF-WINDING SPLIT-SECOND CHRONOGRAPH BRACELET WATCH WITH FLYING SECONDS COUNTER, LIMITED EDITION OF 100 PIECES MADE TO COMMEMORATE SCUDERIA FERRARI (1929-1999)
REF. 9020, NO. 92/100, CIRCA 2001
Calibre GP E04C0, 40 jewels, the black dial with applied Arabic numerals, outer tachometric and one-fifth minute scales, luminescent hands, two engine-turned subdials for the "flying" one-eighth seconds and minute counter, in three-part case, polished and brushed, back engraved with Scuderia Ferrari dedication fastened by seven screws, chronograph pushers in the band, split-seconds in the crown, stainless steel Cross Heaven bracelet, case, dial and movement signed
Diameter: 40 mm.
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Accompanied by a Girard-Perregaux certificate and the original strap with 18k white gold buckle.
Please note the Cross Heaven bracelet is not included with the present watch.
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