Current inventory

Discussion in 'General Flight Jacket Discussion' started by Tim P, Dec 7, 2008.

  1. Art

    Art Well-Known Member

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    Impressive most impressive
     
  2. Art

    Art Well-Known Member

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    Quality
     
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  3. ties70

    ties70 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it is stored safely under my bed, waiting for the temperature to drop... The B-3, the Mash NAF and the G1 are actually the only jackets from 2008 that I still have...
     
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  4. Art

    Art Well-Known Member

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    I’ll be sure to keep my eye out for that one ,I imagine it’s ageing rather well
     
  5. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    It was a bargain at the time.
     
  6. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    Gents..

    Having a guess at this one..... there will be some I miss.

    Leathers...
    Original Bronco A-2 44. From Ken at Aero Leather's collection. Impossible to replace.

    Bill Kelso Werber A-2. Original Crown Zip and HBT camo lining - 42
    Buzz Rickson RW 23380 A-2 - 42
    Diamond Bronco A-2 - 44
    ELC RW 27752 A-2 - Murder Inc Art (Jerome Urbaniak) - 40
    ELC Air Comfort 44 - With Jerome and half painted (2.5 years AWOL)
    ELC RW B-3 - King of the Heavies art (Simon Williams) - 40
    ELC Perry B-3 - 44
    ELC D-1 - Large
    BR B-2 Werber (early Werber label) - 44
    CAB Clothing B-3 - 42
    Saddlery 88 USAF A-2 40L - Australian Avn Patch out

    Others...

    CAB Clothing Khaki Deck Hook with Ties' USS Atule patch - Medium
    BR Superior Togs B-10 - As new - 44
    BR Superior Togs B-10 - VGC - 40
    RM Stagg B-10 - EXC - 42
    BR Buzz Rickson B-15 - 40
    BR First Pattern Tanker - 44
    BR First Pattern Tanker - 42
    BR Second Pattern Tanker - 44
    BR Second Pattern Tanker - 42
    BR D-2 Flight Parka - Large
    BR M51 Parka - Medium
    BR M42 Coat Parachutist - 42
    BR M1941 Jacket - 44
    BR Deck Zip - 42
    BR L-2 Tiger Camo - 44
    BR L-2A Reed Products - 42
    BR L-2A Superior Togs 40 Green Knit with 9th FBS patch out
    BR MA-1 Large TAC COL Jennings F-100 patch out
    BR USMC P42 HBT Coat - 42
    ATF Tanker - 4th Ranger Bn patch out.
    ATF M41 - New Unworn (Multiple)
    RM C-2 Sweater - 42
    ELC A-1 Sweater - 42

    And all the other ATF stuff around the house and in trunks...

    B-5 Helmet, A-2 cap, B-1 cap and A-4 watch cap by ELC. MASH A-2 caps as well. And some BR A-10 gloves.

    Most of it never worn since purchased... :(

    BR A-2 gets daily wear though!

    Couchy
     
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  7. gav

    gav Active Member

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    Just my ELC RW 1401P and a RMC N-1 for winter
    Kind of want a D-1 right now.
     
  8. Thomas Koehle

    Thomas Koehle Well-Known Member

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    seems some of you guys invest amounts equals the value of a mid-class house nearby central park in New York City ...

    How is that saying?

    "If i'd die and my wife would sell the stuff i HOARDED for the Price i told her i payed for it ..." :)

    Jeeesh! either i started collecting too late or i did not make enuff of those small green bills with Will McKinley's face on it to be able to afford ... :D:D:D
     
  9. Art

    Art Well-Known Member

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    There’s some serious jackets people have acquired
     
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  10. Art

    Art Well-Known Member

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    I’ve always admired that king of the heavies B3 by Simon but I never knew it belonged to u
     
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  11. Flightengineer

    Flightengineer Well-Known Member

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    This was said by one of my friends ...
    Everyone has different financial capabilities and aspirations ... Also I think not everyone here is a collector. Just lovers of flight and historical jackets or interested ... Me personally get rid of jackets that I don't wear. But everyone has their own touch and this is probably normal. Again ... life (in this world) not perpetual, so everyone has fun as he can and as he likes :D

    [​IMG]
     
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  12. Thomas Koehle

    Thomas Koehle Well-Known Member

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    Dmitry товарищ

    that was pure irony from me - i already spent that much Money for even more "irrational" things i would be able to buy the "Eiffel Tower" in Paris (again irony) ...

    like your Image says: enjoy life as Long as you can - whoever knows what happens tomorrow

    therefore "thumbs up" and "respect" for the serious guys here on this forum no matter whether they own 2 or 20 or even 200 jackets
     
  13. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    My jackets are the least of it. Ten years until I take my Army superannuation pay out then I will sit and list the WWII items I don't need for sale.
     
  14. Flightengineer

    Flightengineer Well-Known Member

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    Thomas, kamerad, you are right all of us here led a common passion for the irrational things:)
     
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  15. Garylafortuna

    Garylafortuna Active Member

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    Can't believe you are calling these things irrational. Sheesh.
     
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  16. Flightengineer

    Flightengineer Well-Known Member

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    It was irony ;):)
     
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  17. petermack09

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    5CE14F34-FCBE-4D83-8F3A-6DBBDEC41D48.jpeg 20% of collection,,the rest is made up with m/c wear & half belts,,mainly aero,vanson,dainese & belstaff,lostworlds,
     
  18. Carl

    Carl Well-Known Member

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    AN J 4 :cool:
     
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  19. Spitfireace

    Spitfireace Active Member

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    nice
     
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  20. Cobblers161

    Cobblers161 Well-Known Member

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    Couchy, that's an impressive list!!!

    The only thing wrong with it is the RM B-10, you need to sell that to me asap!
     
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