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1967-69 range... Cool stuff!

 

http://www.vintagemotorcyclejackets.com/501xx-tags.htm

Thanks, @Fueco! Had an idea of the age, but hadn't had a chance to research. Was wondering what the A signified.

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Potential most expensive item ever (for me). Waiting on some details/confirmation from a third party.

Got some good news today nod[1].gif
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No, that store blah blah bliggety blah hasn't turned up anything in ages. These came from humazuma ma tunnanatinga. My total for the 5 items was $16.20

whoa whoa there buddy, we don't go laying maps here.
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Got some good news today nod[1].gif

lorum ipsum pics or it didnt happen
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Thanks, @Fueco! Had an idea of the age, but hadn't had a chance to research. Was wondering what the A signified.

 

 

Yeah, it piqued my interest as well, so I dug that link up. Just sitting here waiting for the wife to get home so we can head out to watch the women's soccer team play Japan this evening. :)

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lorum ipsum pics or it didnt happen

I do for you later tonight. biggrin.gif
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whoa whoa there buddy, we don't go laying maps here.

Please forgive me. I didn't know about that rule. Very few flippers in my area and didn't even think about the fact I was bean spilling. Sorry and noted for future posts.
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And a nice vintage (60s?) Nike windbreaker as well. Haven't been finding much current stuff but the vintage game has been decent...



The first nike clothing tag was the "pinwheel" tag, which was used from 1978-1980. Your tag, known as the "orange sportswear" tag was used between 1981 and 1983. After that was the "blue tag" from 84-88, and the "grey tag" used from 89-93.


To everyone who PMd me about the bespoke suits, sorry, I've been camping. I'll get you guys measurements tomorrow. To @Jompso, get bent dude.
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Please forgive me. I didn't know about that rule. Very few flippers in my area and didn't even think about the fact I was bean spilling. Sorry and noted for future posts.

no sweat. unwritten rule. you don't tell.
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The eidos is a tad slim, but nothing that can't be fixed by a few fewer beers.

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Kiton, Brioni, Patek Philippe,
Tom Ford, John Lobb, Edward Green.

I repeat this 3 times before I walk into each thrift store.
It has never worked. frown.gif
Edited by Pierson v Post - 6/2/16 at 5:58pm
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Kiton, Brioni, Patek Philippe,
Tom Ford, John Jobb, Edward Green.

I repeat this 3 times before I walk into each thrift store.
It has never worked. frown.gif

My buddy swears by this method. Something about cosmic energy manifestation or some shit lol.
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Sucks to hear the news about hbshin. I remembered him inquiring about a Brioni coat that I had. For this reason, I will donate the selling of the next Brioni item I find

Found
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My buddy swears by this method. Something about cosmic energy manifestation or some shit lol.

i admit to this too. I need to park in the same place (but different if my last stop there was unsuccessful), wear the same shoes, follow the same routine. Kind of like not having sex before a game, or not changing your underwear or something.
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i admit to this too. I need to park in the same place (but different if my last stop there was unsuccessful), wear the same shoes, follow the same routine. Kind of like not having sex before a game, or not changing your underwear or something.

 

Me before thrifting...

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