Bullhead Chronographs

Bullhead Chronographs feature the crown and pushers on top of the case instead of the side. Due to the rarity of this configuration more liberties are taken in regards to the overall design. Many dials are angled up for a drivers style and feature unusual dials. They are some of the most original and coolest watches made in the sixties and seventies. The 1970 Bulova …

1978 Heuer Ford Chronosplit RS Motorsport

Extremely rare, the 1978 Heuer Ford Chronosplit RS Motorsport is the kind of piece that watch collectors dream about. Designed to look like spark plugs, the battery covers on the front of the watch require a special tool, and the upper LCD panel features a Ford logo. Amazingly, there's a fully-functioning one for sale, complete with its box, original papers, the original battery tool (and …

The Cabestan

The Cabestan is a collaboration between two of horology's bad boys, Vianney Halter and Jean-François Ruchonnet's DMC Group (who also designed the Heuer Monaco V4). Inspired by old Curta calculators, this watchmaking marvel has a vertical tourbillon and an unusual fusée-and-chain movement. Time is shown on the barrels; no dial and no hands. You wind the watch by attaching a "wrench" to the two top …