Heuer Camaro

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Heuer Camaro
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Camaro is a wristwatch by Heuer.

In 1968 this chronograph by Heuer came onto the market. It features a cushion-shaped housing and a mechanical chronograph movement with manual winding. Due to its classical appearance and to the fact that there was still used the old Valjoux manual winding movement, it is highly sought after by collectors.

The name of the watch stems from the Chevrolet Camaro sports car, which from 1967 to 1969 appeared at the famous American car race "Indianapolis 500" as the official Safety Car (Pace Car).


7220S, silver
7220NT, orange
73343, with Valjoux 7733
73445, gold plated, with Valjoux 7734


Manual winding chronograph Calibre Valjoux 72
Later: Calibre Valjoux 7733, Valjoux 7734
17 jewels


Stainless steel
Ø 37 mm, H 13 mm
Acrylic glass
Screw-in back


Silver or black


Hours, minutes, small seconds
Chrono function: 60-seconds, 30-minutes and 12-hours counter (Valjoux 7733 only 60-seconds and 30-minutes counter)


Leather strap with tang-type buckle or steel bracelet with folding clasp