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PSA: RL Purple Label and Black Label Suits for $500 @ Sawgrass Mills

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Big A, Nov 8, 2011.

  1. XKxRome0ox

    XKxRome0ox Well-Known Member

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    well if you were ever considering buying a ferrari, now is the time
    my friend was looking at the ferrari F430 and some other models... and he told me they're offering free maintenance which is pretty ridiculous
    i don't know all the details but you should go check with the dealership
     
  2. Superfluous

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    F430 isn't a new model, so was the free maintenance not by Ferrari and dealer specific instead?
     
  3. XKxRome0ox

    XKxRome0ox Well-Known Member

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    i am not too familiar with ferrari models and i wasn't there
    if it's not f430, then whatever the newer equivalent of it is
    and it was a ferrari thing... something to do with having record sales
    but only on certain models, not across the board
    for example, the ferrari california was excluded from the free maintenance offer
     
  4. emc894

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    They have not made the F430 since 2009. It is a sweet ride though.

    Its replacement the 458 Italia is apparently one of the best Ferraris ever. Not sure its worth $250k but an exceptional car. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrari_458_Italia

    [​IMG]
     
  5. XKxRome0ox

    XKxRome0ox Well-Known Member

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    then it must have been the 458 ... i knew it started with a 4

    the 599 was also excluded... saw one driving by and i was left speechless
     
  6. Patek

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    Why would someone park that on the street? In Philly, people don't give a shit about your car and will smash up your bumper witout second thought.
     
  7. SpooPoker

    SpooPoker Well-Known Member

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    I like how this thread wound up.
     
  8. theyare

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    I would guess if you are driving that around, you are more concerned about being seen in it / with it, then the amount of money you spent on it
     
  9. XKxRome0ox

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    gotta park it on the street so everyone can know that you drive a ferrari
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    yeah so...
    i just want 1 or 2 RLBL suit in 40R damn it
     
  10. Quadcammer

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    asinine statement of the day goes to....you!
     
  11. JubeiSpiegel

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    +1, rossa corsa is a beautiful color, but aren't there enough red Ferraris around? Think of the confusion you would incur during your weekend trips to Monte Carlo. "Is that my red Ferrari? Or is that one?"
     
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    If anyone picked up a grey or charcoal solid or stripe in 38s and is interested in selling it, please PM me. Thanks!
     
  13. forex

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    You guys are still trying to get something from this store? I have few pieces of purple label stuff I am trying to get rid of.
     
  14. Superfluous

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    I went there yesterday. I was like a kid in a candy shop. Apparently I was there for an hour before being pulled out by my girlfriend so I didn't get a chance to see everything. It was pretty ridiculous, but I only got a RLBL Overcoat, RLBL Grey dress pants, and a RLPL pocket square. They had a ton of awesome stuff at great prices, but mostly not my size (40L RLBL). They had three shades of RLPL corduroys in brown, navy, and purple... but none in my size.
     
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  15. SpooPoker

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    All RLBL suits, sport coats and RLPL Sport coats were marked down to $999 then 50% off. Some were marked down a little lower. Pants were marked down, then 50% off. The Black label pair I bought were solid medium grey for $115 ($395 retail). The purple label pants for my dad were about $250 after markdowns ($695 retail). The pocket square was $30 after markdowns. If I were staying in Florida longer, I would have bought more suits/sport coats to sell. There was a solid blue/lighter navy RLBL suit in 44L I think.
     
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  18. Superfluous

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    Lol. No chance for 36s. There might have been one thing in a 38. Most common seemed to be 42L and 44L... (why don't companies stop making so many 42Ls and 44Ls). They did have all three corduroys I mentioned in a size 30. I can wear size 30 Polo Daltons, but these were flat front, short rise, and pretty slim so I couldn't wear these.
     
  19. SpooPoker

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    Damn, thats a fine deal. Anything 40R/L?
     
  20. Superfluous

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    I bought the dark grey 40L overcoat, but there is a double breasted one in 40L but it has epaulets. There are a couple 40R sport coats or suits (don't remember).
     

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