Track 1 “Launch Edition” / Singer Vehicle Designs

California-based, Singer Vehicle Designs, a company that specializes in tasteful Porsche 911 restorations — has teamed up with watch designer Marco Borraccino, and watchmaker Jean-Marc Wiederrecht, to create a mechanical chronograph for use at the track.

Presented in a tonneau-shaped titanium case that measures 43 mm by 15 mm, the Track 1 exterior features brushed and polished surfaces along with a leather rally-style strap with metal eyelets.

Under the hood, is the AgenGraphe movement (that is currently only used in one other watch, the Faberge Visionnaire), produced by Agenhor.

The Track 1 Launch Edition is limited to 50 pieces and retails for approximately $40,000. Water-resistance is 50 metres (Ref. SR001) — via Professional Watches

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