The Bremont Mustang P-51 is built from the parts of the famous 1944 Mustang WW II aircraft

Don’t ask us how Bremont managed to get the parts and make 125 timepieces of it, but it just did it again. The new Bremont P-51 is not only inspired by the 1994 fighter plane, but if you look carefully at the dial and the back, you’d be surprised to see that it even resembles the plane – in how much it can. The watch uses the Pacific war veteran’s original aluminum metal in the dial and the movement. The 43mm hardened steel Trip-Tick™ case, using Bremont’s B-EBE2000 technology, integrates the new rotating ‘Roto-Click’ inner bezel that houses four ball-bearings inside the case. Assembled at the company’s atelier in England, the watch features a modified Swiss BE-54A automatic chronometer movement that also shows UTC. Made in a limited run of 251 pieces only, the P-51 will retail for £7,450 ($11,820). The watch is to be unveiled at Basel 2011.

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