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My immediate reaction is that I do not like it. Check out the tuxedo sofa by BassamFellows for gieger. Similar concept, optional arms, but much more sex appeal.
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Tuxedo Sofa = Pure Sex. That said, I do not find it that comfortable.
post #2778 of 3477
Probably comparable to the knoll sofa, so good for a sitting room but not to lounge on. I would also check into the CH 163.
post #2779 of 3477
I see nothing to like in the Tuxedo Sofa.
post #2780 of 3477
I like it, Furo.
post #2781 of 3477
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My immediate reaction is that I do not like it. Check out the tuxedo sofa by BassamFellows for gieger. Similar concept, optional arms, but much more sex appeal.

I don't see how the concepts are similar at all.
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It's a cabinet of wonders!

I love the masonic logo on the left.
post #2785 of 3477
Pretty cool that they used to haul around the equivalent of a steamer trunk filled with tools.
post #2786 of 3477
What do they do now? JIT tooling?
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post #2788 of 3477
Just picked two of these up, they are 100% authentic. What are they worth?

post #2789 of 3477
at least 8 g's each
post #2790 of 3477
they were 9k for the pair, i have all the original paperwork and receipts.
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