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Picked this up today, partially thrift-funded. Because I'm worth it.

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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post

Picked this up today, partially thrift-funded. Because I'm worth it.

But where do you put the mega hauls from 72 hour thrifting adventures? Trailer hitch?

post #109323 of 115203
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Originally Posted by capnwes View Post

But where do you put the mega hauls from 72 hour thrifting adventures? Trailer hitch?

Optional roof rack...which is kinda dumb over the panoramic sun roof so I'll have to cram the trunk.
post #109324 of 115203
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Originally Posted by ATLjon View Post

AND THEN:  

What is this handsomely bound, old-looking book? I'll take a look:




$13? What? Come on. Oh, wait. What's in this unmarked envelope:







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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post

Optional roof rack...which is kinda dumb over the panoramic sun roof so I'll have to cram the trunk.

This is incredible.

Props to TNM for the benzo
Props to GMH for dat Loro
Kiton shearling? WOW.
post #109325 of 115203
More Eisenhower/1940s limited edish patriotic book pics (Click to show)
The  book, which kind of has a pop-up book feel:

 

 

 

Front row!

 

 

Commemorative Photoz:

 

 

 

Pretty good auto pen, or at least I assume that's what it is.

 

 

Program and logistics:

 

 

 

post #109326 of 115203
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post


Big love for that coat, and the fit pic!

:fonz:

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Mad props to @highvoltorb for the agreeable deal on these blue Bally shoes - I didn't purposefully match them to my pants.  These kicks are baller - perfect for my FL vacation in Sept.  Thanks chief! 

  

post #109328 of 115203
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Originally Posted by TheNeedMachine View Post

Picked this up today, partially thrift-funded. Because I'm worth it.


Wow need pics of it fills with goods!
post #109329 of 115203

Bout to thrift a car tomorrow. :lurk: 

 

Hint: V8

 

:slayer:

post #109330 of 115203
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Originally Posted by barrelntrigger View Post
 

Bout to thrift a car tomorrow. :lurk: 

 

Hint: V8

 

:slayer:

Damnit...so am I. Hopefully

 

Hint: 4 cly

 

But if all goes well, I will have mine before you wake up. :devil:

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Sweet cps
Are they as comfy as they say?

Yes, yes they are. Just took a 3 mile walk with the wife, comfy as a pair of slippers. smile.gif
post #109332 of 115203

Hey guys. Is this pair of jeans a thing?

 

It's non selvedge but I was hoping it would be something specialish.

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OK. I mentioned on a shell preview yesterday that last month I had a pretty good Shoe haul up in Northern Virginia when I was there for work. Sunday and Monday I polished 34 pair of shoes. 28 from that haul. Special thanks to forum members for the advice on where to hit while I was there. I'm hoping these help replenish my Paypal account since I emptied it pretty good up there. Here's about half the shoes:

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I showed a preview of these Alden for BB Shell last night This is a better view.

 

 

Church's for BB (Brooks English) found with the shells above. both included the shoe trees and the trees go when the shoes do.

Bally Spectators

 

 

Bally Suede longwings (sort of)

 

 

Bally Shortwings

 

 

Bruno Magli (via trade from SCoNE)

 

 

 

Church's for BB "The Curzon"

 

Church's Prima Classe Made in Spain WTF.

 

 

Hanover Shell Cordovan Longwings. These are almost my size so I'm going to wear them a couple of days to decide if I'm keeping.  BTW, I did use renovateur on these, but they're pretty much as found. These and the next were well cared for. 

 

 

Hanover Plain-toe bluchers. Shell Cordovan. My size. almost. No hopeful PM's.

 

 

J&M Aristocraft Golf Shoes, Navy croc print, with Navy suede vamp. Buckle/ Monk "The Greenskeeper"

 

 

Etonic NOS. Leather Shortwings with leather soles.

 

 

Ferragamo double Gancio Moccasins. First time I've seen this double-hinged horse-bit, with Ferragamo signature bar.

 

 

My daughter picked these up for me. Ladies Golf Shoes. Walter Genuin. Never heard of the company before this. They don't sell these at my local pro-shop, but this pair retails for $450 new and I can't tell that these were ever worn outside the clubhouse. The laces are flat-pressed leather and tie like ribbons. 

 

But since they're women's, probably bring $20 and neutral feedback. 

 

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Grail
Includes jello Biafra spoken word
post #109335 of 115203

The canali I found earlier. That pattern matching icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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