The Carrera Panamericana is a dangerous annual road race through Mexico which first ran in 1950, but was axed in 1954 amid safety concerns. The review and resurrection of this illustrious event in 1988 sparked Mr. Jack Heuer to name this integral collection after the acclaimed contest.
Expertly engineered from high grade stainless steel for durability and fitted with a dependable self winding Calibre 1887, a commemorative mechanism designed to mark the brands creation of the oscillating pinion in 1887; which revolutionised the accuracy of timekeeping. Its many features include a scratch resistant sapphire crystal glass for longevity, skeleton case back displaying the legendary movement encased within, and pleasing black dial with rose gold toned accents and subtle date aperture for that all round classic and stylish appeal.
- Case Width: 43mm
- Watch Movement: Automatic
- Water Resistance: 100 Metres