In the late 1980s, Rolex introduced a new Daytona carrying a Zenith El Primero Movement which was heavily adjusted by Rolex.
Among the early Daytona 16520s, there was also an Enamel white dialed version with Floating dial. However, this example here is the same kind of Floater dial without enamel dial, according to Rolex experts this has to be probably the rarest version of the Zenith Rolex Daytona.
This Floater is an L-Series, in perfect condition, not a single flaw on the dial. While Box and Papers are missing, the condition of the case and overall watch compensate for the lack of them.
For those who do not know what Floater or Floating dial means, it refers to the “Cosmograph” writing being set off from the above 4 lines. It kind of looks like it is “floating”…