Fine watches, fast cars come together for cruise in

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KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) — Fine watches and fast cars come together for a cruise-in.

About 30 people gathered at the James Free Jewelers store on Far Hills Avenue for a Ferrari cruise-in Saturday afternoon.

More than a dozen rare Ferrari sports cars were on display in the parking lot. Car aficionados got a rare look at a 1960s 275 alloy-bodied Ferrari valued at an estimated $1 million dollars.

In addition to the cars on display, the event also included a silent auction of a rare Ferrari watch valued at almost $30,000.

Ferrari Club members also got a behind-the-scenes tour of James Free Jewelers’ design and manufacturing facility, as well as the company’s watch repair department.

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