Time is the great equalizer, but driving a fast car can make you feel like you’re pulling away from time. These seemingly mutually exclusive notions come together beautifully in this truly special Time Fast D8 mechanical clock in a vintage racecar housing. Whether you place it on your executive desk or in your gentleman’s den in the confines of your home, The Time Fast D8 is an attention-grabber. Built to look like an open-wheel Grand Prix racer from the ‘50s, this clock was designed by Georg Foster for the Swiss clockmaker L’Epée 1839. The brilliant timekeeping movement is a specially crafted in-house caliber with an astounding 192-hour power reserve with glass-domed escapement right in the cockpit. The grille, tailpipes, rubber tires on spoked wheels, as well as the racing stripes make this thing look like the real deal. Oh, how time travels.