Here's one of the most distinctive Hamilton chronos ever: the 1960s Fountainebleu Chronomatic.
Check out the panda dial in excellent condition. Silver and black, with stick hands and a white seconds hand and raised silver hour markers. Magnificent.
(One note: there is a crack in the crystal along the top edge of; not noticeable unless you look hard, but it is there.
Under the hood: the famous Caliber 11 automatic chronograph movement, developed jointly by Hamilton, Breitling and Heuer.
This holds its own against the behemoths today: the massive tonneau case in stainless steel measures 47mm wide, excluding the signed Hamilton crown and 41mm from lug to lug.
Here's a vintage watch that turns heads. Guaranteed.