REC Ford Mustangs P-51- Eleanor

by REC



The P-51 Eleanor dial is recycled directly from the trunk let of a rebuild ‘68 Ford Mustang Fastback Eleanor – first introduced in 2000 in the Jerry Bruckheimer blockbuster Gone in 60 Seconds.

The P-51 Eleanor captivates the DNA of one of the most sought-after Mustangs ever created.

The racing stripes on the Eleanor are present on the dial and on the strap. Subtle, yet iconic design references.

The power reserve indicator inspired by the modern tachometer found in the Eleanor and the original fuel gauge.

The three-hand & date function is inspired by the original Mustang Dashboard.

The dashboard inspiration gives the P-51 a vintage feel and even the font used on the dial is borrowed from the original Mustang.

The rotor is designed to resemble the unique form factor of our ’68 Eleanor rims.

Both sides of the Eleanor are inspired by aggressive front grill of the 68 Elanor.


Movement: self-winding Miyota cal. 9130 movement with rotor decoration

Power Reserve: 48 hours

Glass: Top glass Sapphire Crystal with anti-reflective coating

Case: Case 316L Stainless steel; Black PVD/Gun metal case

Bezel: Stainless steel bezel

Case Back: Caseback glass Mineral Crystal

Dimensions: Diameter 44mm; Height 10.8mm

Functions: 3 Hands / Date / Power Reserve; Skeleton and orange printed hands

Dial: Handcrafted metal dial recycled from a 1968 Ford Mustang Eleanor. Each dial is coated with a clear layer of lacquer ensuring that the patina does not "spread" to other parts of the watch.

Water Resistant: 30m / 3 bar

Other features:

Strap: Double black calf leather strap w. black Coated buckle and quick-release system.