TAG Heuer 2000 Automatic Ref. 173.206
The Tag Heuer 2000 professional series chronograph is not only unique and cool, but it also is an important piece of horological history as the 2000 series was released at the same time when HEUER was taken over by the TAG group in 1985. The Heuer 2000 never got the credit that it deserved for the quality of the movements fitted in within the case, in fact, the Chronograph module that would later be used by Audemars Piguet in its Royal Oak Offshore.
This specific example is somewhat rare due to the fact that the dial is signed TAG Heuer but the case back and bracelet retain the original HEUER logo which makes this an even more unique piece of horological history coming out of the transitional period of the TAG group's buy out of the HEUER company.
The case remains in superb condition and shows minimal wear. The transitional flip lock HEUER bracelet remains in good condition showing gentle stretch from use. the
None, The service history is unknown but the watch was inspected by our watchmaker and is running flawlessly and keeping actuate time!