The official thrift/discount store bragging thread - Part II (Return to the Thunderdome)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by SpooPoker, May 18, 2015.

  1. eazye

    eazye Senior member

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  2. silverwarebandit

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    Umii 908? :lurk: Is this the same spot I copped umii/BoO and some other stuff when I was in Boston two years ago?
     


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    I don't think so but I'll PM you. Definitely hasn't been sitting since then though, maybe the same guy but a new wardrobe purge.
     


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  5. Nobleprofessor

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    I have an antique railroad jack that is 22 inches tall, 13 inches wide, and 7 inches deep. It weighs 65 pounds. What would be the best way to ship this big mother?

    I'm doing my listing and I need to figure something out for the shipping.

    Crap, sorry wrong thread. Meant to post in the ebay thread.
     
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    Wait, why do you want them again?
     


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    they don't show it but i'm 99% certain those are late 60s big E in fabulous condition. my dowsing rod told me so

    turns out somebody else thought the same thing
     
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    What he said. What are they?? edit - good god. that's some denim knowledge.

    I almost texted you to ask if you had cleared out the town, up until that last stop, the gorgeous PRL was all I had going. Proof that timing is everything, and that there's enough for everyone.
     
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  9. Koala-T

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    Few things from this weekish

    EDIT: PS, ANYONE KNOW WHAT THAT BEN SILVER PATTERN IS CALLED? I LOOKED THROUGH ALL THEIR CURRENT OFFERINGS AND COULDN'T MATCH IT TO ANYTHING.


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  11. dukedishin

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    Ravazzolo is super underrated. I hate that there's not really a market for it. Have found it a couple times and think the quality is very, very good.
     


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    So I usually don't buy CD's but this person was buying the right one's and he kept them perfect. So much classic shit here. 40 CD's.
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    I think this was one of Brandon Turner's setups. He's a Pro from my area, I grew up and seen him skate a few times in person.
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    :D HERMES H-HOUR....... WITH ICE IN IT. YOU WONT BELIVE ME.
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    varietygoods Well-Known Member

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    H-Hour what the eff?? Get outta town. Open up that case back.
     


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    Can't count the boxes of Trail's End Popcorn I slang back in the day. Still my favorite popcorn to this day.
     


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    haha, i don't have the tool. but its real. I have owned multiple H-hour watches, i wore the H-hour maxi in my wrist for a everyday watch for a year.
    Someone got a upscale person's storage locker and it was in another watches box.
    I don't even want to say what I paid its such a trifling amount. I done busted my loupe out and checked the diamonds. Those are not crystals mang.
     


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