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Coinciding with the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and filled with plenty of unique pieces of automotive history of their own, the RM Sotheby’s Monterery auction is always a sight to to behold—even if you can’t afford any of the cars.

This year, things are getting even more interesting because a 1956 Maserati A6G/2000 Berlinetta Zagato is crossing the block. This car is incredibly rare from the drop, as it’s one of only 21 originally intended for racing and was hand-built with lightweight bodywork made of hand-hammered aluminum panels. It’s even more rare because, as David Swig of Sotheby’s puts it, “this is one of only a very small handful, four or five of these cars, that has always retained its original engine and gearbox.” The engine in question is only a 2-liter, inline-6, but it’s still a numbers matching car.

When it hits the auction block August 24–25 during the RM Sotheby’s Monterey sale, the Maserati is estimated to bring in upwards of $4.25 million, which might actually be a bargain for a vehicle this unique.

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Inspired by the rich history of regatta and the yacht timer, Jack Mason’s new Regatta Timer watch focuses on functionality by prominently featuring the regatta countdown timer, an essential part of yachting and extremely accurate timekeeping. With the brand’s first ever bi-directional compass bezel and a Swiss movement, along with a sapphire crystal and 20 ATM depth rating, the Regatta Timer has all the bells and whistles. Whether you’re a casual sport customer, a yachting buff or a weekend enthusiast, the Regatta Timer is the watch for land, sea and everywhere in between.