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Baylor watches were sold exclusively through the jeweler Zales which is based in Dalas, Texas. Heuer made numerous watches for Zales under Baylor and bought the remaining old stock of Heuer parts and created pieces like the one featured here. This Baylor is very familiar to Heuer collectors because it uses the Camaro case. The Camaro was only in production from 1968 to 1972 and by that time, Heuer sold the remaining stock including Camaro cases and movements to Zales. 

This rare Baylor chronograph packs the powerhouse that is Valjoux 72 - which is the same movements that were used in the early Rolex Daytona, Heuer Autavia/Carerra & Camaro, and many others. It is arguably the best chronograph movement used by so many famous brands that are still around to this day and are increasingly well sought after by collectors worldwide. The chronograph has a three sub register setup (typical valjoux 72) and has a reverse panda dial (black with white sub dials) and a contrast orange second hand. The chronograph stops and resets as it should.

Brand: Baylor
Year: 1970's
Ref. No.: 85007
Movement: Valjoux 72
Case: Stainless Steel
Case Size: 38mm without crown
Case Thickness: 13.6
Lug Width: 20mm
Lug to Lug: 46.6mm
Crown: Original


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