A good question that I got on Instagram...how old does a watch have to be before we consider it vintage? For the purpose of this forum, it's kind of easy. Pre-1986 We have Heuer and post 1986 we have TAG Heuer...so that's fairly neat line between vintage and modern. But, a 1992 watch will be 25 years old next year! I think a lot of people get confused between "vintage" being a style of watch versus the age of a watch. For example, 1984 Heuer Autavia Diver 100 1986 TAG Heuer Formula 1 I think most people on this board would agree that the Autavia is a vintage watch- but few would say the same for the F1...but they're only two years apart! One is a Heuer (vintage cred), the other is a TAG Heuer. One has a Calibre 12 movement, while the other has a quartz movement. Which all begs the question: What do you think is "vintage"??