Greetings - first post so go easy on me. Having been a fan of vintage goatskin Cooper US Army field jackets (still good as a winter coat, but boxy), I am just getting into motorcycle vintage jackets, and prefer the clean look of the classic, Buco J-100. The past couple of weeks I have been drinking knowledge from a fire hose at the Fedora Lounge as a lurker. Needless to say, got a sticker shock when looking at original Bucos. But the good news is that so many labels used to make cafe racers - the sheer number is bewildering for a noob... (Vanson, Harley Davidson, Schott, Langlitz, Brooks, Beck, Kehow, Brimaco, Bates, Taubers, Reed, Excelled, Grais, and probably more show up on Ebay). So my question is: which of these brands made a CR jacket most resembling a Buco J-100 (I particularly like the single-panel back, although a narrow kidney panel would be okay, too. 4 pockets are okay, two breast and two slash hand-warmers). I'll go with bi-swing arms if I have to because my understanding is that most of these jackets had them; Buco being an exception. But I strongly prefer no bi-swings. Looking only at VTG at this time, no reproduction recos please! Please point a noob in the right direction towards "poor man's Buco J-100"; hopefully this advice will benefit not only me. Thanks!