Aha then I see what you mean
I believe you are correct. That matches my recollection, back when I got my Vintage Grey about 9.5+ years ago. It was my very first Monaco (see, I'm someone who got the grey before the blue - LOL). I paid about $4400 after discount; which I thought was very expensive yet a reasonably fair price at the time, considering the 40th Anniversary McQueen retailed for $10k and was sold out.
Always had a soft spot for the silver and grey Monacos.
Carrera 160 Years Silver Edition by belmont_watches
On the TH site for the new Black Monaco
I dont want to say that you have an addiction but...
Awesome collection man
Hope you've got a good supply of batteries. Congrats.
If you ever wondered what a blue Monaco with the 90's Monaco 50 strap would look like, here it is. Just as I thought, the red stitching on the strap is a little more pinkish compared to the red on the watch. But overall, not a bad look.
(Pic credit: @anthonygreacher on IG. I believe it's a CW2113 Calibre 17)
The unique, limited edition 1 of 1 TAG Heuer Monaco Mikrograph by @vinontre
Oh, that's an acquired taste.....
Lots going on in that Dial.
Let's be honest, if we say that on eBay we'd be pointing and laughing.
Indeed it does look kind of like a bad obvious fake
Like the Temporada. Had an opportunity to buy one a few years ago and past it up.
A bit of regret every time I see it, as I am a fan of those subdials. Remind me of the Red 50th Monaco.
How does it wear, as if I recall, it has a ceramic....or plastic ....or some kind of non common back to it.?
In any case, a nice out of the ordinary piece and thats what I like.
You're not wrong!
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