We've seen plenty of automotive-themed watches; carbon fiber watches, thousands of branded watches, and even a few children's digital watches that look like race cars (vroom!), but we've never seen something like this before. The Christopher Ward C70 DBR1 Chronometer is made with metal recovered during the restoration of the Aston Martin DBR1 that won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1959. Yeah, the back plate is made of '59 race car.

That's right, you can own and wear a chunk of one of the most revered and legendary race cars of all time. Even James Bond would be jealous of this shit.

Only 100 will be made, and they'll cost $2,675 each.

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[via Christopher Ward