One lucky find was this page from Auto Motor Sport magazine from 1974.
It says “Citizen Chronograph Automatic” and “A lot of precision for the money (at this price)”. So, we have a racing automatic chronograph that is not too expensive and still very precise. The race on! These are the designs that were used at the time. My favorites are not here (The Walter Wolf and the Octagon bullhead).
On the other side of the page we have a red Ferrari Testa Rossa. 😉
Enjoy the print!
The watches wit only one sub-dial are powered by Citizen calibre 8100A and the others (with 2 sub-dials) by Citizen calibre 8110A
The next models are represented, with their prices in DM at the time (year 1974).
- 67-9011 (DM 355)
- 67-9631 (DM 298)
- 67-9577 (DM 278)
- 67-9038 (DM 325)
- 67-9071 (DM 348)
Read more about Vintage Citizen Chronographs here:
I would need some help with 67-9577 chronograph…
How can I contact you ? My email is email@example.com .
Hello Dreja! That is a nice watch! Read this: https://vintagecitizenwatches.com/2015/08/29/citizen-chronograph-8100a-4-900031ta-challenge-timer/
You can write me there, as a comment on that article and for sure I will write back. I hope I will be able to help!
Hello .. I started a Bullhead chronograph repair . I am not a watchmaker but repairing old watch is my hobby…I will appreciate any help to find the 8110A service manual.
Thank you for your very interesting web site.
Jean Edmond ( Paris-France)
Hello Jean Edmond! I will look and see if I find anything. If I do, I will post it here. Even if I do, it will be in Japanese. Good luck! 🙂