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Belstaff 1948 Trialmaster Che Guevara

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by HarveyM, Jan 29, 2016.

  1. HarveyM

    HarveyM New Member

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    Hi, I just joined and am really keen for some opinions from the many Belstaff experts out there. I bought this Trialmaster a couple of years ago and wanted to see if someone could confirm authenticity? I've been reading that they were all black and there are a few details that are different from the ones I have seen online such as zippers, numbering on the metal badge, sleeve Belstaff badge.

    Other than that it feels like very good quality. It was purchased in the UK from a Belstaff jacket restorer who had over 50 of them for sale at a classic motorcycle trade show so I'm fairly certain of him being genuine

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