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Autodromo Monoposto watches put vintage tachometers on your wrist

The explosion of the Swiss watch industry has brought with it an abundance of automotive-themed timepieces. Many of them are either excessively chunky or ornate, and the simplest, most elegant ones are often excessively spendy. The Monoposto series from Autodromo goes in the opposite direction: based on tachometers from mid 20th Century grand prix cars like the Alfetta 159 and Lancia D50, the sparse dials feature 'mounting' screws along the center line and a 'redline' painted inside the crystal.

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Hublot named as Ferrari's latest official timekeeper [w/video]

Watchmakers pursue partnerships with automakers and racing series like they're made of gold – which is, often enough, the case with the timepieces that ensue. Breitling has Bentley. Jaeger-LeCoultre has Aston Martin. TAG Heuer has McLaren. We'll let you draw your own conclusions about Porsche Des

OriginTimes bores out the Bugatti Veyron of watch winders

We've seen all kinds of creative and decorative uses for engine blocks, ranging from coffee tables to wine racks. This one, however, is decidedly more... mechanical.

Scuderia One by Cabestan: Ferrari watch for Ferrari owners - at a Prancing Horse price

Scuderia Ferrari One by Cabestan – Click above for high-res image gallery

Spyker gears up to launch line of wristwatches at Le Mans

If you're going to produce world-class sports cars, you're going to need the timepieces to go with them. It's a time-honored rule that's been followed by Ferrari, Aston Martin, Porsche and Bugatti, to name just a few. And now that the Saab

Time is Money: Mercedes-Benz reveals SL 63 AMG Edition IWC

Click above for high-res gallery of the SL 63 AMG Edition IWC