Frederique Constant makes another pitstop with Vintage Rally Healey Automatic


The latest incarnation of the Frederique Constant Vintage Rally Healey has been released in the form of two new automatic, three-hand watches.

The brands have enjoyed a partnership since 2004, with the previous Vintage Rally Healey released in 2018.


The first model features a 40 mm rose gold-plated case that coordinates with the luminous index hour markers and hands.

Meanwhile, a chocolate-coloured background matches the calfskin strap.

The entire dial of the second addition is deep Healey green, set against a lighter brown calfskin strap.

Each of the models features an automatic FC-303 calibre with a date window at 3 o’clock and a power reserve of 38 hours.

The back of the cases feature the famous Healey 100S NOJ393, purchased by a collector for £155 in 1969 and sold for nearly €1 million in December 2011.

Each is limited to a run of only 2,888 pieces and comes in a collector’s gift set complete with miniature replica of the NOJ393.

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