Omega will always be one of the top vintage watches you can acquire for an affordable price. Omega's catalog is large, really large. If you keep your eye out for vintage Omegas, you'll probably discover something new at least once a week if not once a day.
So here is one of those watches you might've just seen for the first time right now. The Omega Chronostop has had multiple iterations but this one is a bit more special than the rest. Called the "Driver," you'll see the dial is turned to where the 12 o'clock is now positioned at 3. This is so that when worn on the inside of your wrist, you can easily access the chronograph monopusher while driving. What I'm trying to say is if you're a car enthusiast, you need this watch.
Year: Circa 1960s
Case Diameter: 35mm
Lug to Lug: 39mm
Case: Steel Case
Condition: No significant wear as seen
Dial: Amazing condition
Movement: Manual Wound