In the 1960s, the watch every American man wanted was an Accutron.
Here's one reason: a 1967 14k Accutron 218, with a cool tuning-fork-shaped case and Accutron symbol dial. Check out that pearlescent dial in minty condition, the swooping Accutron hands and the Accutron markers at midnight, 6 and 9. Cool.
The 14k solid gold case is 35mm wide, excluding the signed Accutron crown by 38mm from lug to lug. A few scratches on the back of the case, nothing major.
The battery-powered 218 movement is keeping excellent time. The date change works as it should.
Here's an American classic in solid gold. What are you waiting for?