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 carefuuly 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 aluminium 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 time. 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.