Luxury watch-maker Scalfaro has collaborated with the renowned engineer Giotto Bizzarrini (mastermind of the Ferrari 250 GTO), to create a limited series of hand-crafted Swiss timepieces featuring original material from the ex-Ecurie Francorchamps GTO, chassis no. 3757GT.
As well as incorporating genuine material from the famous 1962 car, owned by Pink Floyd drummer and historic car enthusiast Nick Mason, the watches feature numerous design elements from the GTO – such as the black, natural rubber strap with the cylinder ignition pattern of the Colombo V12 engine. Meanwhile, the full signature of Ingegnere Giotto Bizzarrini adorns the face of each timepiece, of which only 250 examples will be made.
The watch has a 42mm case, a chronograph and date indicator, black dial and sapphire crystal, see-through case back, and is water-resistant to 100m (330ft). Each Scalfaro GTO 1962 Bizzarrini Edition watch is individually numbered and comes in a wooden box at a price of 7,950 euros.