Vintage Eastman SFAD B3 size 42R

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  1. Snackson

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    This is an ELMC SFAD that used to have a concho on the pocket, which has been removed, leaving 2 small slits in the leather (see pic). Excellent clean condition, no damage, zip is perfect. I thought this was the last B3 I would buy but it never gets worn and it deserves to see the light! It has a nice worn in look and a very pleasing caramel fleece color. I'll post measurements later but it fits like a 42R. I am asking 1100 euros for it or near offers. Cheers IMG_5796.JPG IMG_5797.JPG IMG_5798.JPG IMG_5799.JPG IMG_5800.JPG IMG_5801.JPG IMG_5802.JPG IMG_5803.JPG IMG_5804.JPG IMG_5805.JPG
     
  2. John Lever

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    What's up Maarten, selling all your sheespkins?
     
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    :D Hi John, seems like its that time of year again. Until I can't stand not having one anymore and buying another one...

    Pit to pit: 24.5"
    Shoulders: 20"
    Sleeves: 25 1/4"
    Back: 26"
     
  4. John Lever

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    I know the feeling. Great jacket.
     
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    Thanks. Oddly enough, the jacket that I was most underwhelmed with has become my all time favourite, which is your old White Feather jacket. That'll be the one keeper.
     
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    Drop to 950 euros
     
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    Nice jacket, GLWYS.
     
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    This is the kind of jacket that makes it "almost" worth moving to a cold climate to wear.
     
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    Thanks. :D
    Bump. Still here.
     
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    Last try! Thanks fellas.
     
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    Beautiful & unique. At moments like these, I'm grateful not to be so completely into these.
     
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    In case you changed your mind :D
    Getting colder folks!
     
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    900 euros plus shipping. thanks for looking!
     
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    Marten,try the Facebook groups
     
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  15. Dr H

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    The B-3 usually leaves me unimpressed (and even this version when it’s pristine), but this looks great as it’s well worn in a mellow colour.
    Can’t believe that it’s not gone already.
     
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    Thanks all, this is now sold, pending funds.
     
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  17. Snackson

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    Back up for sale folks, due to apparent banking issues in Russia.

    And now sold again!
     
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  18. John Lever

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    Sorry the sale went South, what a drag.
     
  19. John Lever

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    Is there any hope of recoving your losses ?
     
  20. Snackson

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    Unlikely as I complied with the buyer's request to put a 90 euro value on the customs form to avoid charges at his end. That was clearly a mistake.
     

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