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blind man be glad to see it! Come on there’s not much difference really is there? The boot you have there that isn’t a dms looks almost identical to the leather soled ammo boot.
I think the Greenbrier looks the best oneParkas all sorted now. Just in time for them being put back in the closet till next winter.
Reed N2b : Hood trim, mask tab
1994 N3b Greenbrier : Hood trim
1962 N3b Southern Athletic : New fake coyote hood trim, buttons, loops, zip.
Cobles N3b : Hood trim, button-flap shortened, mask tab, new (subdued) patch.
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The 6ts pic is interesting as it is taken during the lights period i.e only two mirrors but l dont think that it is a pic of Glenn in the 6ts. .Can't remember if this has been posted and it it has, I apologise.
It's only five minutes or so and one for the Mods and scooterists amongst us.
IN the 1960s, Glenn Stewart was a mod. There Is More filmed Glenn over six hours as he recalled him time as a suited and booted, Vespa driving mod. It's a lovely short film about one of Britain's fashion tribes...flashbak.com
Nice one Yorkie , it sounds like every Mod crew had a "Mad" Mick , although to be fair , the Mad Mick you knew was certainly a better dresser than the one l knew . .Love this pic from the mid 90's, lads who DJ'd on Mod rallies that I used to attend, it looks natural and shows that it wasn't just the originals that had the look to a T. This was in the period just before it got too Austin Powers ish, where the rallies became more of a 60's thing rather than pure mod, with sussed skins and suedes in the mix.
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L to R, "Mad" Mick Taylor, Lee Burns from the Midlands/Brum, "Catford" Chris Dale, yes you've guessed it from Catford. As far as I know they are still active on parts of the scene and still spinning the vinyl, but haven't seen any of them for years.