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Mmm... Laphroiag and American Pickers...


Sounds like every time I visit my mom. She loves those shows.
And whiskey.
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Quick question.  I found a NWT 2015 Todd Snyder White Label Sport Coat.  Is the new white label made by Southwick?

 

Also some finds.  All N/A

 


 

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too lazy to post my haul. But got a Sulka reversible top coat with Loro Piana fabric, 25% cashmere. Found 7 pairs of recent Brioni pants but only koped 3 pairs plus some other fodders. I know, picsoritdidn'thappen...

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Finally over being sick. Feel like it's been a week now. Some stuff from before I was sick, all available:

 

Brioni navy embroidered tonal paisley. Medium.

 

RLPL 100% linen. 17.5 neck. 35ish sleeves I think.

 

 

Recent Zegna Su Misura, Bizzocchi, 7 fold Borrelli

 

 

VV starfish, Holiday & Brown whale tie, Longchamp, beautiful Dolcepunta

 

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My free e-thrift came through. Gotta love it when sellers send you free shit. (awful dimple)

 

 

 

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Did I miss the thrilling conclusion to the rolex story?

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Took a flier on a vintage Hitachi receiver yesterday for $7. It had a ton of gunk built up on it, but when I plugged it in at the store it lit up, so I thought what the hell. Got it home, hooked it up and it works like a champ. Plus it sounds/looks a million times better than the all black late 90's pioneer home theater monstrosity that it replaces. Still not the Marantz I'm looking for, but this will more than suffice until that comes along. It also cleaned up really nicely.
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Hitachi made some really great quality gear. I can't even remember the last time I found decent stereo gear at the thrift. I used to come across pieces now and then but it's been extremely dry here. Congrats! It doesn't take long to amass quite a collection...

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Big E fresh off the rack

Probably nothing special, but a quick thrill anyway
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Took a flier on a vintage Hitachi receiver yesterday for $7. It had a ton of gunk built up on it, but when I plugged it in at the store it lit up, so I thought what the hell. Got it home, hooked it up and it works like a champ. Plus it sounds/looks a million times better than the all black late 90's pioneer home theater monstrosity that it replaces. Still not the Marantz I'm looking for, but this will more than suffice until that comes along. It also cleaned up really nicely.
 

 

 

Vintage audio/stereo gear, is just sexy.  Love watching the needle displays twitch back and forth.

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Anyone else play this as a kid?  Found a while back but just got around to photographing it.  eBay shows lots of love to the classic board games.

 

 

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Oh man, did I ever. Forgot about it the past 25 years or so though.

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You have to love fill a bag sales...

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Anyone else play this as a kid?  Found a while back but just got around to photographing it.  eBay shows lots of love to the classic board games.



This game all day long, along with Fireball Mountain (which, oddly enough are both very sought after on the other site). My grandmother had both of these games, and I would entertain myself by playing them solo all day (re-writing the rules so it made sense for one person). I think all these games were a very smart correction by game companies to try to compete with the burgeoning video game market at the time. Rather than go flat, they got more tactile and incorporated a lot of integrated movement.

Speaking of vintage games, I picked up both of these in the past 6 months, and they're awesome as well (and fun to play with my 4 year-old).


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Paging @SpooPoker and other Polo boys - is this the ostentatious and garish Polo I'm looking for? They want £10 for it and I have no idea about this stuff. Thanks.

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Big E fresh off the rack

Probably nothing special, but a quick thrill anyway

noting special? looks great from here if a little used... great marked size, should measure to 34x34 or so? very nice.

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