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I would have grabbed these if they were bigger.  Includes the trees too.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/262622132218?ul_noapp=true

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From the weekend, found a couple more items other than the isaia/brioni shirts.  All true thrifts

 

Hermes

 

AE Green Suede 9D.  Would totally rock these if they weren't a half size too small

 

Trafalgar Burgundy Calf 36

 

XL Skeet.  I think RG, Ludlow and SuSu are my favorite things to pick up because of the irrational hype

 

Haven't found anything for myself in a while but this one's for keeps.  Just needs a little waist supression.  Custom from Miller Bros (local shop, same store as the blue suit I found last month)

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Stone island, haversack and CdC shirt is nwt
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Does anyone have a replacement (front) button for Brooks Brothers Saxxon?  It seems to be resin. 

 

 

Also of note: I found a pair of Rag & Bone jeans (36) and checked that off my list. No picture. You've all seen jeans before.

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1995 Hermes "Armets en Panache" by Annie Faivre, with her signature little monkey

 

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1995 Hermes "Armets en Panache" by Annie Faivre, with her signature little monkey

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This is gorgeous. Love how you photo'd it. 

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This is gorgeous. Love how you photo'd it. 

Thanks man.

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Depending on what the parts are you can find them on eBay. My son and I have a collection of Star Wars and GI Joe (he played with them now I'm sorting them). There is a big market out there selling parts to complete vehicles. Actually went to a Joe show in Louisville last month.

I have so, so, so much GI Joe and Star Wars stuff. Literally boxes full. Not the original boxes mind you. But so much stuff. I had the aircraft carrier for chrissakes.
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I had the Terrordrome. Always wanted the aircraft carrier. Always wanted the F-16 too.
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I was a Masters of the Universe and wrestling figures guy. I remember trying to play GI Joe with my friend once and I didn't understand it at all. Not outrageous enough I guess.

 

I mean, come on. You're 8 years old and you're given the option of playing with

 

A. Guy in hawaiian shirt and pants (Fueco?):

 

 

 

 

or 

 

B. Mother fucking Stinkor:

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1995 Hermes "Armets en Panache" by Annie Faivre, with her signature little monkey

 

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Originally Posted by Bahljs View Post
 

This is gorgeous. Love how you photo'd it. 

Second that.  Outstanding feel to that setup.

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Originally Posted by My Main Man View Post

I was a Masters of the Universe and wrestling figures guy. I remember trying to play GI Joe with my friend once and I didn't understand it at all. Not outrageous enough I guess.

I mean, come on. You're 8 years old and you're given the option of playing with

A. Guy in hawaiian shirt and pants (Fueco?):






or 

B. Mother fucking Stinkor:


I have never agreed with any other post in this thread more.

FUCK YOU DESTRO
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Thread Starter 
Shout out to @kbadgley84 for a trade that I was supposed to flip but turns out to be my new favorite pair of shoes




Shout out to Dinesh D'Souza for wearing this Missoni tie he bought from me on Fox News icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Not everyone can say that they sold a tie to the actual worst "filmaker" in the world.
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ISO Jerseys, Prefer Champion Brand, PP ready
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