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Rare 1967 Heuer Carrera Sunray DX Emerges

In the realms of racing and horological history, the 1967 Heuer Carrera Sunray DX stands as a testament to both. This exclusive timepiece was a gift from the Sunray DX racing team manager to the team members, marking a unique intersection of sporting excellence and timekeeping heritage.

With only 12 pieces believed to have been made, this watch emerges from the collection of the original owner, Gary Goss, who notably served as the Sunray DX racing team’s hauler and pilot.

This particular 1967 Heuer Carrera Sunray DX, Reference 3647, features a 36mm stainless steel case paired with a steel bracelet. Its silvered white dial, complemented by white flange and matching subdials, is adorned with the Sunray DX team’s logo in red, white, and blue at the 6 o’clock position. The dial’s off-white patina adds a layer of vintage allure that will undoubtedly appeal to enthusiasts of authentic age marks.

Included in the sale is a remarkable collection of memorabilia: a Sunray DX Zippo lighter, Gary Goss’ personal Sunray DX name tag, a Daytona International Speedway patch, a Yenko Stinger decal, a 1967 Daytona Trans Am race day ticket and button, along with Sunray DX Sports Car Club of America Festival decals.

As of the latest update, the auction has attracted 5 bids, with the highest currently standing at $22,000. The auction is set to conclude on Tuesday, March 12, 2024, offering collectors a rare opportunity to acquire not just a timepiece, but a piece of racing and watchmaking history.


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