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That rap polygraph was way fun thanks for the post! Forgot how big a run gangstas paradise had!
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


I disagree, Im sure that is real. Fake Chanels don't go through the trouble to indicate a season code, this belt has one, 02C. Thats Cruise 2002. Im sure if you go on style.com and look up that runway show, you'll either see the belt of a variant of it that spawned this one. That etching on the buckle looks too precise to be faked and the logos/leather looks right to me.
You are the king! Thanks a ton man, as always.
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Originally Posted by ReubenR View Post
 

 

 

Hmm, yeah I figured it was a little long to be carrying on a hunt.

 

Correction, I believe it's probably a straight Post Horn, used to signal the arrival of a mail coach, or a Fanfare Trumpet

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VTG Florsheim Shell Longwings

 

 

AE Belgium wholecuts

 

 

 

 

Quilted Loro Piana Twenty K

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Cj52racers View Post

You are the king! Thanks a ton man, as always.
I'm still betting against it. The date code doesn't convince me. It just doesn't have the size the stamp should be a bit bigger it looks small and off center. The chanel logo should be perfectly centered between the a and the n. Things come from china with fake serial numbers/date codes all day. Put it on a chanel authentication forum they will know in 5 seconds.
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Two stops, two finds:

 

Florsheim Imperial Shell

 

 

C is for Cookie, that's good enough for me

 

 

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Sweet n sour experience today, i walk up to the till with an old westwood jumper, the manager says 'oh , we've got tons of brand new westwood in bags in the back room but we can't bring it out into the shop because it will get stolen', so she goes out back, gets 3 binliners full of new westwood dresses, skirts, shirts, everything aw15, like the whole collection that has probably been used for a photo shoot or sample show, then she starts quoting way too high prices for me to make a margin and i also have nearly all my money in stock atm. Anyway, i now have access to the back room where they keep stuff for the buyers that they know and when i get some cash in i might make an offer on the 3 bags lot but, came home with just an old sweater, a barbour shirt, Armor Lux scarf and a pair of Asics GL3, 

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Is this a thing?

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Current set-up for the bike goons: Fuji Sportif 1.7 frame, Campagnolo Athena 11 groupset, B17 narrow saddle (still breaking in), look pedals, khamsin wheels and Giro Empires.
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I will trade you that Brooks saddle for a brand new Fizzik saddle.
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post ride Gose on fleek
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I'm planning on touring, and I don't really need 180 gram saddles. Depending on the size id be interested in another exchange, however. Let me know if you come across any modern waterproof Arkels.
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Thread Starter 
English only at the tables, guys.
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

English only at the tables, guys.

 

This reference makes me miss my previous life as a degenerate gambler.  :hide:

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