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GW here and ready to go.... if only in size 42...

Kermit3D

Well-Known Member
The deposit on one is only $200… :D ;)

No a B-3 is too "heavy" for the south of France... ;)

But I'm completely crazy about the skin ! It is incredible....

I think about it for my future B-6... Maybe just a little less red. I'd like the same shades, but with a little more seal tint.
I'm usually not a big fan of the worn finish... but on this B-3 I think it's art !
Honestly what JC did on this B-3 is absolutely outstanding. In my opinion it is way above the competition.

I repeat, it is art !
 

johnwayne

Well-Known Member
Saw that Acme earlier today and bitterly regret missing out on one very similar and less costly, prob maybe 3 years ago on GW’s sale page - always wtd a seal/berry combo so tempted but like others, add the del cost and duties etc plus already too many jackets and I really can’t justify pulling that trigger to myself even, let alone convincing the other half!!!
 

Mr. Mike

Well-Known Member
No a B-3 is too "heavy" for the south of France... ;)

But I'm completely crazy about the skin ! It is incredible....

I think about it for my future B-6... Maybe just a little less red. I'd like the same shades, but with a little more seal tint.
I'm usually not a big fan of the worn finish... but on this B-3 I think it's art !
Honestly what JC did on this B-3 is absolutely outstanding. In my opinion it is way above the competition.

I repeat, it is art !
Can only second to that. In principle I actually like the worn finish which is one of the reason I love my ELC Perry mixed batch which naturally comes with that finishing. However, no way to catch up with John's masterpiece though. Unfortunately I already have one, John's is gone now already and it was a 46R ... :(

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