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The P-51 Eleanor dial is recycled directly from the trunk let of a rebuild ‘68 Ford Mustang Fastback Eleanor – first introduced in 2000 in the Jerry Bruckheimer blockbuster Gone in 60 Seconds.
The P-51 Eleanor captivates the DNA of one of the most sought-after Mustangs ever created, Limited to just 498 pieces
The P51 Collection takes its name after Ford Executive Stylist John Najjar, an avid fan of the WWII P51 Mustang fighters, whom is credited to have suggested the Mustang name.
Each dial is made from a salvaged panel from a 1960's Mustang, no two REC Watches are the same with each face telling a different story through the patina gained over the years. Also featured on the dial of each REC P-51 is the unique VIN of the car your dial came from, this is also a link to its colourful past by way of a special video bio of the original car and owner.
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Stainless Steel gunmetal PVD and Black PVD Case 44.0 X 44.0 MM
Dial made from a REClaimed ELEANOR Mustang panel
Scratch Resistant Sapphire Crystal Glass
Thickness 10.8 MM
Opening Diameter 38.0 MM
Strap Width 24 MM
Weight 125 GRAMS
Movement Caliber MIYOTA 9130
Functions 3 HANDS / DATE
Power Reserve 48 HOURS
AUTOMATIC & HAND WINDING
26 JEWELS & 28800 VPH
2yr International Warranty