Hey folks. I started the quest to build out some WWII dress uniforms for social events/dances etc. I was planning on going mostly with WWII Impressions but came across what I *think* is a real doozy today and they put it on hold for me. Please advise with info, opinion, etc. As far as I know right now it’s an early war Air Corps officer’s dress jacket and pinks, CBI (if that’s the right acronym) theater. Price is $165. I’m really just above beginner with all of this stuff. I think pinks are tough to come by but I have no real clue. Anyway, the fit is almost perfect on both. I would need an inch or two of breathing room on the jacket and about an inch let out on the pants. Otherwise flawless fit! There are a couple of small holes, barely visible, and what appears to be an old blood or rusty type of stain on the pants I have to imagine can at the very least be reduced 50%. Okay, have a look at the pics! (Pardon any rotation issues that might occur as this is from mobile.) Main questions: what is this, how common or rare, is it worth the price, and do you think the jacket will allow 1”-2” of letting out? Thanks so much!!!