I'm just wondering why you bought a cheap RL Polo leather jacket, stuck a load of RRL patches on it, and are now trying to pass it off as a vintage (and expensive) RRL leather? It seems like very suspicious and manipulative behavior to me.Him / her:
I bought this at an estate sale 3 months ago... I didn't add anything to the jacket.Him / her continued...:
and by the way, if you know this jacket and don't like the patches that I guess the guy I bought it from then don't bid on it...Me:
I'm not entirely sure what you were trying to say in your last garbled message. Rest assured however, that I have no intention of bidding on this item. I do hope that you either take the listing down or edit it so that it's no longer misleading though.Him / her:
I bought this jacket at an estate sale and am posting it for $10 ... and your saying I'm trying to pull a fast one... your saying the jacket is not worth $10? you make me sickMe:
Firstly, you know there's nothing "rare" about this jacket. You're trying to flog it off at a ridiculous price in a very shifty way. The only thing which might be construed as "rare" are the patches which you, or someone else, has sewn onto a crappy, probably outlet-bought leather jacket.
Secondly, the fact that you have it listed for $10 unimportant. When you use words like, "Rare Vintage RRL" and "Limited Edition $1200", you obviously know what RRL is and are exploiting the brand.
Believe me, it's not that I really care either way, I just wanted to know whether you were doing this maliciously, and from your responses it's clear that you are.
Oh, and your grammar literally makes me sick.And it goes on...Edited by hoit1981 - 9/10/12 at 1:58pm