Retail is indeed for suckers. When I got the Wooden chair, I got 20% off right then and there. Shows you the margins that they are calculating.
I used the Thinking Man's chair a bit and, given how it looks/ the material it is made off, it is quite surprisingly a comfy chair. Ditto for the Wooden chair which must be the most comfortable one I own. I think this due to a superb lounging position and the massive give/ flex of the beech slats.
I have to say, that coat looks spectacular. I could live with the black spot but that grease upfront, I would try to fix. Is that what you mean with the tear? @gettoasty , given the fairly solid fabric, how would extra fabric fix that?
I agree though to contact Peir for advice as this coat is worth every penny saving/ fixing.
Some of my favorite cars from last week. What a great time. The theme this year was eat/drink/cars/sleep … repeat.
Very happy that for the first time at Pebble (Well, technically the second time …), a post war car won Best of Show. Long overdue and this car was sensational (Owner Mozart talking to judge and head of Design at Nissan Shiro Nakamura).
My two favorite coach builders side-by-side - Vignale and Zagato at the unrestored class