TAG Heuer. Automobile Club de Monaco. Old School

TAG Heuer gives a nod to the Automobile Club de Monaco with its latest watch, the Monaco ACM Edition. A snap at just $7000

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This is the TAG Heuer Monaco ACM Edition, a nod to the Automobile Club de Monaco, one of the worlds oldest motoring clubs best known for organize the Monaco Grand Prix and the Monte Carlo Rally.

If you don’t know the clubs history, then you best hit the automotive history books. You can redeem yourself a little if you recognise the clubs logo: an old school period steering wheel shown on a background of the heraldic colours of red and white topped by a classy coronet. The logo can be bought on anything from cufflinks, car badges and blazer patches, but only if you are a paid-up member of ACM.

The TAG Heuer ACM, however, carries the logo right above the six o’clock position and can be bought by anyone. Besides the ACM logo, this square-cased drivers watch features an elegant black dial, with orange hour and minute hands that are protected by scratch resistant sapphire crystal. The orange hands are complementary to the black alligator-skin strap that features orange stitching.

If you are a TAG Heuer or AMC fan and fancy owning one, you better lay your hands on one quick since they are limited to 1200 united. Well, that is if you have $7000 to spend, of course.

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