Jarama

The Heuer Jarama is one of the lesser-known Heuer Chronographs, being launched in 1977. Named after the Circuito del Jarma motor racing track in Spain, the Jarama was produced in small numbers, with the stainless steel model being the most sought by modern-day collectors.

There were three Jarama models, each offering Heuer’s Calibre 12 movement.

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Ultimate Guide to the Heuer Jarama

By the late 1970s, Heuer had begun to expand its range of Chronographs. New names inspired by cities, places and towns with famous sporting connections- Daytona, Cortina and┬áKentucky- were added to the line-up, replacing discontinued models such as the Monaco and Silverstone. Also part of this late 1970s collection was a sporting Chronograph named after a Spanish Formula 1 track… Read More

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