Our Favorite Car-Related Watches

Cars and watches go together perfectly. Here are our picks for the best ways to show off your automotive enthusiasm with your wrist.

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For whatever reason, cars and watches go together perfectly. Maybe it's years of motorsports sponsorship, or perhaps fans of both just love mechanical objects. Either way, here are some of our favorite car-related watches. Some are more explicitly automotive than others, but all will look great on your wrist.

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Amazon
Daytona
Rolex amazon.com
$15,450.00

The Daytona is the iconic racer's watch. They're not cheap, but the only other way to get one is to win your class at the Daytona 24 Hours, and that's not cheap, either.

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Monza Calibre 17 Chronograph
TAG Heuer amazon.com
$5,450.00
$4,067.01 (25% off)

The Heuer Monza was created to pay tribute to Ferrari's victory in the 1975 F1 World Constructor's Championship. The new Monza is a faithful recreation of the original, with a top-notch movement.

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Autodromo
Monoposto Automatic Chronograph
Autodromo autodromo.com
$1,800.00

New York watch designer watch designer Bradley Price is a hardcore car enthusiast, and he includes all sorts of automotive-inspired detailing into his creations. The Monoposto chronograph pays tribute to the great single-seat race cars of the 1950s, featuring a striking "redline" on the crystal. 

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eBay
7176S Chronograph
Porsche Design ebay.com

Not long after penning the 911, Ferry Porsche turned his attention to watches. This 1980s chronograph is one of the best to come from Porsche Design, and it'll match your 959 perfectly.

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eBay
Giugario Chronograph
Seiko ebay.com
$470.00

This is the only watch designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, and it's an icon. There's nothing that looks quite like it, and being a Seiko, it's affordable, and it'll run forever.

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Amazon
Timex Weekender Chrono
amazon.com
$46.42

No, the Timex Weekender doesn't have a specific automotive connection, but racers have used chronographs for years to measure time in rallying. Plus, it's a damn good watch at just over $50, and you can always snag  for it too.

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Nordstrom
The Runwell Chronograph Leather Strap, 41mm
Shinola nordstrom.com
$750.00

Shinola doesn't make motoring watches specifically, but how could we not include a brand based in Detroit? The Runwell is the classy entry-level watch for Shinola, and it comes in all sorts of cool colorways.

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Formula 1 Stainless Steel
TAG Heuer amazon.com
$809.00

The Tag Heuer Formula 1 isn't as loved in racing circles as the watchmaker's iconic Monaco and Carrera, but it's an affordable entry point to the brand.

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Apple
Apple Watch Series 3
apple.com
$409.00

The Apple Watch isn't designed specifically for car enthusiasts, but we think it could be put to use by racers. If you plan on doing any racing, you'll need to be in good shape, and the Apple Watch is an excellent fitness tracker. Plus, the chronograph function makes it a useful lap timer.

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Amazon
Seiko 5 Automatic Stainless Steel
Seiko amazon.com
$69.99

Ok, so this watch isn't car-related at all, but, it's an amazing deal for something durable with an automatic movement. It's cheap and durable enough to be worn when wrenching, and you'll look good doing it.

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