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Quote: Originally Posted by Nataku I'm keeping the two T&A shirts, as they are my size (17/ Euro 43), but the Brionis are all 16.5 and are a bit too tight in the neck, so they will all be up for grabs. I've found in the Italian lines I can go up to a 17.5/44, where the shirts I get from BB or Nordstrom I'll wear 17.
Quote: Originally Posted by 83glt One thing I keep looking for but have NEVER found is valuable artwork. I wish I wish I wish! My wife checks out pictures/paintings. My hope is too come across some vintage stereo equipment.
Quote: Originally Posted by Nataku Thanks! I'm counting the days 'till the snow and salt go away so I can drive her again. I remembered you were at the VW event in my neck of the woods over the summer. What's the other ride in the garage... I the see snow covered Volvo.
Quote: Originally Posted by 83glt Personally, it's gotten to the point now where I skip over Canali as if it were a Cricketeer. I just don't bother with anything less than absolute top quality or a brand that will bring a premium as far as selling is concerned. I've had mixed results with Canali, so I just say forget it. I'm pretty lucky though, as there's lots of bespoke to be found and high end RTW around here. If you are skipping Canali if...
Nice car Nataku...classic!!!!!
I have a pair of Bernard Zins Cords in olive. I purchased over the summer that I tried on to hem and realized that they are too tight through the thighs. Original retail was $225.00 and are made in France. They are tagged 40 waist, but IMO the cut fits more like a 38 (and also measures closer to a 38). Has a 37" inseam. sold
Not having the luck from the thrift gods you guys are. I Thought I found a Brooks Brothers sport coat today, my size, fit good, then went to pay for it and see a hole I missed when i looked it over. My wife on the other hand has found a bunch of sweaters from Talbotts that sell in the $100-200 range that are still on the website with the tags still on them for under $5 each.
I took some additional pictures...it does have a line in for another DVD. You can also run the TV and cable through it as well.
It actually is a DVD player. The knock on it was it wasn't Blue Ray compatible.
Quote: Originally Posted by EBTX66 I know - I have to fly to Columbus on Monday and drive to Cleveland the next day. The high on Tuesday is 19. Being from Texas I'm not sure my internal organs will continue to function at that temperature The only bright spot is Great Lakes Brewery. I love that stuff and they don't sell it in Texas. Big fan of the Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold. If you have time while in Cleveland there is a Filene's...
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