We have delved into the depths of the Workshop and found the last available Nº 1968 White Automatic Watch, serial number 24 of 27 (an item that sold out shortly after its release last year). This Sunday we are holding the WT Author Watch Auction 2020 on eBay for one week in aid of the Royal British Legion’s Shropshire Poppy Appeal.
There’s a pair of tickets up for grabs for Classic Car and Restoration Show 2020 at the Birmingham NEC.
We’re proud to be exhibiting at Race Retro & LCCS 2020, and we have two opportunities for you to win a pair of tickets for both of these events held at the end of February.
The latest collection is now starting to leave the watchmaking workshop. We’ll continue to share stories tracking its assembly across social media all the way up until Friday, 20 December when we close for 2019.
Shipping for WT Author’s Nº 1968 motoring watches begins at the end of November and will continue throughout December alongside all other orders until the Workshop closes on Friday, 20 December 2019.
There is a lot of news to get through this month so let’s get straight to it. This year we’re supporting Mission Motorsport (The Forces’ motorsport charity supporting wounded, injured and sick, serving and veteran soldiers) by holding a charity watch auction for a one-of-a-kind Nº 1968 watch for this very worthy cause.
Our exhibition returns to Motorsport Days LIVE, Silverstone, UK, 1 – 2 November.
Every year we design and build a new collection of watches. Throughout the process we share watch photography ideas from development through to the final product. This year we introduced the Nº 1968 to our followers.
What’s this? Designing a watch from scratch and building the prototypes in front of our followers…
Nº 1968 prototypes landed at Silverstone Classic!
7 months hard graft on the new collection, and you wait until you see them in the flesh! Plenty of awesome shots and videos incoming.
Before we start, there are some important points at the end of this message for our followers who have purchased a Nº 1968 from the collection of auto inspired watches!
Custom build was launched to allow you the opportunity to design and build your own watch. Right now, we are working with a follower on a special item that encompasses striking colour and tattoo design.
The Spring 2019 watch exhibitions continue this week where we visit Royal Bath & West Show / Somerset from 29 May – 1 June, and Brands Hatch Speedfest / Kent from 1 – 2 June.
Our seventh collection is inspired by watches from 1960’s motor racing and utilises iconic colour combinations from the 1968 World Championship season’s starting grid.
The final blueprints for the new collection of motor racing watches are complete and prototypes for this year’s model are being built.
Visit our exhibition at AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL SHOW – West Midlands, UK.
The development for our watch Nº 1968 can now be followed on social media. News will appear across all services from Jan 2nd and will track our progress in real-time.