Indian Ranger Aero Leathers Black Italian Horsehide Vicenza 1947 model

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by yetimcreynolds, Nov 7, 2019.

  1. yetimcreynolds

    yetimcreynolds New in Town

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    With regrets I need to sell my Aero Leathers Indian Ranger. It’s a beautiful replica of the original. I custom ordered it last year and received it in March. I paid approximately $1,200 with shipping and import tax to the states. It has never been worn outside only tired on a handful of times inside my house. I’m asking $950 shipped with the US. PayPal friends and family. It will be fully insured when shipped and will need to be signed for upon arrival. It’s sized a bit different as it’s marked a 36 but I’m usually a 38-40 jacket. Anyway the measurements as follows:

    Shoulders 17.5”
    Chest 21.25”
    Back body 23 1/4
    Arms 24 1/4”
    Sweep 17.5”



    Full site specs here: http://www.aeroleatherclothing.com/product-detail.php?id=63


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    Last edited: Nov 7, 2019
  2. hondurasdave47

    hondurasdave47 A-List Customer

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    OMG. This is gorgeous.

    Not my size, but GLWS!
     
  3. olworthers

    olworthers A-List Customer

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    I’d never even spotted this model until 2 days ago in another thread...
    It looks like the ultimate bike jacket to me - spectacular!! Wish it was my size.
    GLWS


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    Last edited: Nov 8, 2019
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  4. Psant25

    Psant25 A-List Customer

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    What a great jacket. Also wish it was my size! Good luck with the sale but I think you should keep it !
     
  5. mendelboaz

    mendelboaz Practically Family

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    Holy hell... This jacket is incredible.
     
  6. Bennarion

    Bennarion One Too Many

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    I do not really like this style, but this jacket is an exception for me. The jacket looks amazing!
     
  7. Monitor

    Monitor I'll Lock Up

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    Has got to be the most beautiful Cross zip I've seen. Absolutely perfect. Also, this Vicenza looks incredibly sturdy and heavy.
     
  8. yetimcreynolds

    yetimcreynolds New in Town

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    Thanks everybody for the jacket love! You are all close to convincing me that I’ve made a mistake...but for now I’ll keep it posted.


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  9. olworthers

    olworthers A-List Customer

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    Don’t sell it - you’ll regret it! Wear it and love it, don’t baby it though, it’ll end up looking even better!’


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  10. Mich486

    Mich486 Practically Family

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    It’s a beautiful jacket no doubt. The batch of Vicenza seems to be one of those that I like (smoother).

    However if you have owned the jacket for a while and never wore it outside, my advice is to move it on. GLWS


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  11. jonbuilder

    jonbuilder One Too Many

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    Indian Ranger is hands up nicer than Scott's Perfecto IMO
     
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  12. yetimcreynolds

    yetimcreynolds New in Town

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    PRICE DROP $900


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  13. regius

    regius One Too Many

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    Looks brand new, what could cause such a decision? :)


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  14. yetimcreynolds

    yetimcreynolds New in Town

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    BUMP


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  15. Powerband

    Powerband Practically Family

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    F*ck me running. Thank god I missed this jacket sale when I recently bought my IH Cafe... that would have made my life harder. (This would have saved me $600, too. Someone pick this up before I break my monthly budget.)


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  16. yetimcreynolds

    yetimcreynolds New in Town

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    Break that budget I’ll knock another $20 off for your troubles


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  17. Powerband

    Powerband Practically Family

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    Haha—you’re too kind. Will you pay for the divorce lawyer, too?




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  18. yetimcreynolds

    yetimcreynolds New in Town

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    Haha, I know exactly what you mean!!


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  19. yetimcreynolds

    yetimcreynolds New in Town

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    BUMP LAST PRICE DROP $875


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  20. AeroFan_07

    AeroFan_07 Call Me a Cab

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    Definetly too small for me, sort of a lucky thing I suspect. I really like the appearance and clean lines of this jacket. However I have a question. Are the snaps on the 4 panels around the collar & zipper actual snaps, or just a one-sided "appearance only" snap so that they are loose from the body of the jacket? I read this in the Aero - description page for this jacket. I have a bit of a hard time believing they would not be functional, as that sort of negates the pupose of it being a M/C jacket.

    In any case just asking, a long way down the road I may have to look at one of these, in like 2 years or more.
     

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