Earlier this year Tag Heuer announced that they were going to re-release their iconic Autavia, and that they were going to turn to the public to choose which of the original designs would be brought back into production.
Thousands of people took part in the voting and the eventual winner is the 1966 Mark 3 “Rindt” Autavia – named for Formula 1 driver Jochen Rindt. Tag Heuer will begin production of the model in 2017, and if you’d like to read more you can click here.
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