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Originally Posted by Thrift Vader View Post

Porshe thrift find.


7-8 Porsche's. From the 70's to the late 80's. Including an RUF original, and an early 70's 911 with chrome bumpers but no engine. I exchanged deetz with the caretaker of them. And if a deal can be made? Pop!
Cash, thrift prices. Or i walk.

I think there must be a more accurate word.

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I'm having mixed feelings about these. On one hand I think they are kind of neat, but on the the other, WTF?.

 

 

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Friday's thrift loop was hella slow, so to make myself feel better I hit the annual antique street sale yesterday.

 

4 Vanity Fair Character Sketches by Sir Leslie Ward (signed Spy) from 1890's-1900's. The guy had a metric ton of these, I plan to go visit his shop very soon.

 

These will be framed and kept here in the Gentleman Cave.

 

 

 

Suggestive advertisement.

 

 

Small carved horn crane to match the one I already have.

 

 

A dog pin.

 

post #38989 of 50966
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

dang. how can people just let that happen to these things? are those 70s/80s 911s?

And a fun-as-hell, but considerably less valuable 944 sandwiched between them. 

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Originally Posted by drlivingston View Post

And a fun-as-hell, but considerably less valuable 944 sandwiched between them. 

Actually, it's a 924 turbo with a widebody.
Did look at it. But not what i need.

And no Wes, he simply removes parts for the owner's restoration projects. And they are stored where i found them.
post #38991 of 50966
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

I'm having mixed feelings about these. On one hand I think they are kind of neat, but on the the other, WTF?.


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Wooden Bow Tie Set

Mine arent as mixed.i think its idiotic.
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That photo of those sitting in a yard makes me sad, somebody could make a good project out of them.
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Purchased a new 944 in 1984 the first year of manufacture. Got a discount to do European delivery program pick it up at the port. Went to Stuggart toured the factory and drove the car there for a week. Very nervous driving a new car for the first time in a foreign country!
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Originally Posted by richnet12 View Post

Purchased a new 944 in 1984 the first year of manufacture. Got a discount to do European delivery program pick it up at the port. Went to Stuggart toured the factory and drove the car there for a week. Very nervous driving a new car for the first time in a foreign country!

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Nothing too crazy lately but a pop for me... As new condition as anything I've found also... Still had tissue paper in them.


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Is this an old YSL tag? I searched around online but haven't seen this tag out there. 

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Thread Starter 
That is not YSL.
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^thanks!
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couple things from the other day










miaden voyage of the isaia SC (Click to show)


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Weekend highlights
Early 90's track and field jacket nwt




Wool blend womens



Huge bat wing cape/ poncho/idk tagged XS




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