Ref. 6238: What a difference a dial makes! This black dial 6238 is a truly rare delight. Produced in significantly smaller numbers than the usual silver dial, this watch is a real looker. This particular example was owned by Harvey "Pinhead" Corley, the pit crew chief for the "Raceway Engineering" team that raced a Lola T70 in the Can-Am series. It is dated 1966, which coincides with them winning two races and taking 3rd place in another. Comes with original Rolex service papers from 1997.
Case is in excellent condition. No major dings, only slight wear consistent with age. Previously polished by Rolex at service. Numbers between lugs are clean and fully visible.
Dial is in very good to excellent condition. There are a few small marks on the dial that are hard to see with the naked eye, and luminous is worn. It has fantastic appeal and looks very nice and clean.
Comes on a later solid link 78360 bracelet with 13 links. Endpieces are 557.