The Coppa Intereuropa race was held from 1949-1964 as a support race for the Italian Grand Prix. This slick timepiece is named for that race and is inspired by the alloy-bodied berlinetta racers that competed. The Intereuropa has plenty to admire but stands out for two specific reasons. The first is the unique K1 glass chapter ring design on the dial that appears to float below the sapphire crystal along with 3D numbering inspired by 1950s gauges. What's beneath the hood is also notable, as the swiss-made ETA 7001 manual wind movement is the first in an Autodromo timepiece. The watch is finished with a black Saffianao leather rally strap handcrafted in Rome, and is packaged in a lacquered wood polished presentation box and adorned with a cloisonné badge as a final homage to mid-century motoring.
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