This is what started the PAM craze, the Vintage Panerai 6152/1 which traces it's roots to 1960s when they finally nailed the signature crescent crown-guard.
& then, there's the exacting PAM673, limited to 1000 pieces with further careful restoration of the minute needle hands... which brings us closest to the Official PAM 6152/1 Reissue, with improved 3-days power reserve In-House P3000 Movement.
like all things, brands improve over time, we can't expect Panerai to stay stagnant.
Compared to the PAM127 on ETA which draws inspiration from 6152/1, Panerai improved it and made it accessible by releasing the 1000 pieces PAM673 on the in-house movement.
Of course, if you missed the boat, there's the PAM372 which holds most of the 6152/1 DNA. Just that the PAM673 holds alot of excitement for me, as it bears the Marina Militare dial which is rarer and it's minute needle hands brings this reissue the closest to the 6152/1 on Panerai's in-house movement.
It's as good as it gets.