We're a bit softer as a whole, yes, but we start a lot later at most of this stuff and we live much longer - life was nasty, brutish, and short in those days, remember. We started working people to death at puberty back then.
You don't want to take this lot too seriously - the forum's good for the big picture, but as you go on you find your own way. Once a year I go thru and remove some stuff I'm not wearing and it's more often stuff the forum likes than what...
Originally Posted by furo
I think I'm going to give some serious thought to the Barbour coats as a trench alternative
I'm in Chicago, which might be a bit colder than Boston. I've gotten by for the...
Originally Posted by LabelKing
Yes, but can one show off e-readers on the booksheleves like one can with unread copies of the Great Classics?
No, but as someone with about a 1000 volumes, I'd love the...
Originally Posted by Dragon
I think the Sixteen is the most beautiful Cadillac, but unfortunately they just used some the design cues and watered it down to their current mass produced models.
Originally Posted by epb
I still wish I'd kept mine, and I plan to get another (coupe - ideally, a Park Ward, but there are only 15.
Revived to correct the above - I meant a James Young coupe,of which...