When the Tag Heuer Monaco Chronomatic Calibre 11 (39 mm) was first bestowed upon our world in 1969, dudes gawked in awe. The watch the world’s first square automatic chronograph with the first water-resistent square case. Two years later, Steve McQueen notably wore it with steez in the racing film Le Mans.
Now, released as a legacy piece, Tag Heuer says—for $5,900—its reissue of the style-defining fine-brushed and polish steel that McQueen handpicked for his role can be yours.
[H/T The Roosevelts]