ELC Poughkeepsie AN-J-4.

Discussion in 'Reproduction manufacturers' started by s4rmark, Dec 7, 2018.

  1. s4rmark

    s4rmark Well-Known Member

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    Heads up . ELC have now put their AN-J-4 , Poughkeepsie in the original makers section of their website. £1499.99 !!! Also available Werner B-3 at a slightly less eye watering £1199.99.
     
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  2. B-Man2

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    1499.99 bps =$1915.66 US, another $100. for shipping and about $120.00 for US Customs fees
    Eastmans making it tough to own one.
     
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  3. John Lever

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    Similar price to a Lost Worlds Anj4.
     
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  4. Pilot

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    Agree with John...and for the LW AN-J-4 if sent abroad...+ taxes and customs...
     
  5. Pilot

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    Question: how accurate vs an original WW2 AN-J-4 , asside the ELC comparison on their sales page ?
     
  6. s4rmark

    s4rmark Well-Known Member

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    I suspect mr lever will know the answer to that.
     
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  7. Pilot

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    Love the jacket, but just wanted a last push towards it...
     
  8. Dubpynchon

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    Man that looks good, somebody buy one and put some pictures up.
     
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  9. John Lever

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    Bought one but no materials to make it until January. The capeskin trim is intriguing, it should light and good wearer. A complete contrast to LW.
     
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  10. Pilot

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    Thx John.
     
  11. s4rmark

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    Here ya go, got it nearly 2 years ago. 36A8F03D-F658-4906-9368-3257259FFA05.jpeg 5CA606F6-04E5-4B22-93DD-31D401476931.jpeg 08FDCFBE-CA83-4655-A524-C8CBEB607EDF.jpeg
     
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  12. Dubpynchon

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  13. Otter

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    At that price I would be expecting front quarter unicorn, not capeskin !
     
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  14. Grant

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    Damn, that's a beauty!
     
  15. Earloffunk

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    Wish it had more scalloped pocket flaps.
     
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  16. Clark J

    Clark J Well-Known Member

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    Those sheep in the background makes me think you're at John L's house ! I would keep an eye on those guys you might be wearing a family member.
     
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  17. Pilot

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    Great jacket! Nice fit!
     
  18. John Lever

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    Capeskin trim is pretty exotic, how light is it compared to a regular version ? My 1994 jacket weighs a ton
     
  19. s4rmark

    s4rmark Well-Known Member

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    It’s about the same weight as my ELC Perry B-3
     
  20. John Lever

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    That is not so light.
     

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