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If you’re not a rabid follower of Le Mans or Ferrari history, the names Luigi Chinetti and Giovanni Michelotti might not be familiar. Chinetti was a Le Mans driver who Enzo Ferrari put in charge of Ferrari in America. Michelotti was one of the most prolific sports car designers of the 20th century. This 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 NART Spyder, serial number 14299, is one of three unique creations made by the two of them. As the story goes, Chinetti hooked up with Michelotti in 1974 to make NART’s next Le Mans car. Michelotti came back with a unique, wedge-shaped silhouette that inspired Chinetti to have three road versions of the NART Daytona Spyder created. This is the first of the three and was personally commissioned as a gift for Chinetti’s wife. Since its creation, the vehicle has moved between museums and renowned collectors. It can be yours if you have a cool million you’re looking to invest in automotive history.

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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.