An absolutely magnificent three button stainless chronograph from the late 1990's, manufactured by Girard-Perregaux in cooperation with the Ferrari factory. Sadly, this formal arrangement no longer exists, making this extraordinary timepiece even more of a rarity. This is a model 8090 automatic (self-winding) mechanism with black dial, luminous Arabic numerals, and three subsidiary dials for seconds, 12 hour register, and 24 hour register. There are also two flyback coaxial second and minute hands operated by the pushbuttons. Luminous white hands with red tips. Dial has outer tachymeter scale. Back is secured with eight screws and is engraved with profile of Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa race car. Numbered 205 in an edition of 2000 worldwide. Girard-Perregaux signed light brown alligator strap with Ferrari prancing horse engraved on buckle. Protective plastic film is still affixed to back. 57 jewel movement, self compensating flat balance spring, internal shock absorber. Case diameter 40mm. Supplied with outer box, inner box with prancing horse symbol affixed, stainless Girard-Perregaux bracelet with deployment clasp, Girard-Perregaux history booklet and instruction manual. A remarkable opportunity to acquire a significant timepiece in superb condition. Perfect for the true Tifoso!