That dial is heavily influenced by Aston Martin DB4 Zagato, taking on characteristics of that vehicle’s dashboard. The watch definitely has an instrument-like appearance to it that’s really appealing, with red accents, radial grooves, and big Arabic numerals counting every fifth minute around the dial’s perimeter. The case is from Christopher Ward’s C65 line, measuring 41mm in diameter and just a little over 12mm thick. The finishing on Christopher Ward’s recent C65 pieces is outstanding for the money, and there’s little reason to think the C65 AM GT will be any different.
The C65 AM GT is a limited edition of just 350 watches, and was created exclusively for Christopher Ward’s big July sale. It’s currently still available with a price tag of $680 on a stainless steel bracelet. Christopher Ward