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The Real McCoy's 37J1B A. Zielinski Co. Jacket (MJ12003) size 38

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by kingguru, Mar 19, 2015.

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    Worn about 3 times outside, looks and feels almost crispy new and still stands on its own. No specific creases or marks or cuffs worth mentioning. Still, I can't sell it as new, obviously, but will provide you with all the tags (I know you like tags). Price formula: £450 was the initial price with VAT. However, I shopped tax-free so it makes it 375£. I deducted 20% for those 3 times I wore the jacket outside (mostly hanging from over my shoulder, one preppy 400 quids accessory) and added 25£ for shipping anywhere in this world with EMS (it's a so-so courier delivery that won't hit you suddenly with customs taxes or redundant paperwork) from where I reside (Moscow, Russian Federation) and burdened you with 9£ of PayPal fees (2.9% + 0.30USD).

    Thus, (375£ - 20%) + 25£ + 9£ = 300£ + 34£ = 334£. Or 333£ just for the sake of it.

    Selling for 200£ plus shipping (the jacket was dry cleaned once as I wasn't quite aware this isn't generally a good idea — however, it still looks like new. and CLEAN).

    I also know it sounds very dangereux to send quids to a guy with a couple of posts, hence only Paypal is accepted (I've got myself one thoroughly approved account set up for all the fancy businesses).
     
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    ebay listings closed, selling the jacket here exclusively.
     
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