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Damn, the 40k shutter count is pushing the limit of a camera, but that's an unreal find.

them shits are rated for 150

 

my D3 hit 180 before it blew and i had it replaced. 

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The weekly trip to the Goodwill produced a small bounty. I have been looking to upgrade my navy sports coat and this Chester Barrie will do nicely. Dual vented, a fair amount of hand sown detail, and surgeon cuffs. Somehow my wardrobe is reaching an evolutionary stable state. Oh yeah i still want/need some boots.
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How does that work? You shave off the black part before eating? Never seen that kind of prehistoric dinosaur meat before


ummmm .... what? That's the best part.

post #22459 of 51469
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How does that work? You shave off the black part before eating? Never seen that kind of prehistoric dinosaur meat before

Not sure if serious. If so, no way. That's the best part. It's called the bark.
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Recent finds. Did I mention it's been slow?




























No idea what model these are. They appear unworn but have no tags inside.





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Any insight on these @Nataku? Figured i should ask before the return period is over. Extremely heavy and the only marking says ERLA. So Swedish military, correct? I'd definitely rock these if they were my size
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Recent finds. Did I mention it's been slow?




 

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post

How does that work? You shave off the black part before eating? Never seen that kind of prehistoric dinosaur meat before

You roll up to the Bronto Burger drive-in, the carhop hangs it on your car door, car flips over.
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Couple finds:

VV, Luciano Barbera
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NWT Polo x Corneliani
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VJC - meh..


EZ Triple Patch Pocket - 93/7 Wool Cashmere
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Cucinelli - Paid up for this e-thrift, my size N/A - awesome deets including detachable cashmere inner collar, hidden zip in hood, dual zip & button vents
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Calling on the coin experts here.. no clue what I've got (I think they're coins), but worth the gamble at under a dollar each:
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These two were converted into tie tacks...
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Appreciate the help, as always!
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Originally Posted by ATLjon View Post
 


ummmm .... what? That's the best part.

 

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Not sure if serious. If so, no way. That's the best part. It's called the bark.

 

 

Wow, color me amazed. I wonder if there's been a longitudinal study done on correlation between eating charcoal briquettes and incidence of cancer in the American south.

 

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You roll up to the Bronto Burger drive-in, the carhop hangs it on your car door, car flips over.

 

+10,000 thumbs

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Cool find from last week. Underpriced consignment. Anyone have any idea about what to call this jacket?

 

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Any insight on these @Nataku? Figured i should ask before the return period is over. Extremely heavy and the only marking says ERLA. So Swedish military, correct? I'd definitely rock these if they were my size

I'd return em if you paid up and/or bought to sell (which it seems that's the case). Yes, Swedish military. I think 50's-60's. I've sold a few pairs and they all fetched around $30. They are built like tanks so they don't really wear out, thus they are all over. They sold them in Army Surplus stores for quite awhile too, which is how a lot of them ended up over here. I think you can still buy them from the Sportsmans Guide catalog for like $30.
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Cool find from last week. Underpriced consignment. Anyone have any idea about what to call this jacket?

 

 

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Baller

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Thanks Nat! I appreciate it.
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Quick run in on the way back from the diner. Passed on church's with some damage frown.gif pop on the rollneck. Two crappy pics for now. Might go back for tomorrow for a military peacoat in my size smile.gif



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