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Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by dan_t, Aug 8, 2015.
That’s the spirit!
Movin’ on...wear it well!
Live and learn I guess looks good to me. You know @ton312 If that jacket had a 6 inch full thickness cut across the front somewhere and you hand stitched it with some tiger thread I would still think it looked bad ass on you. And maybe more so lol.
Looks like a good repair, it’s almost unnoticeable.
It is a costly hobby. I have sold Lost Worlds, Aero and Langlitz from new--Expensive!!!!!!
wow- well done Ton!!!!!!
This looks great. If it were me I'd just wear the jacket to death and when the lining needs replacing or the it needs a new zip, explore the panel replacement then. The scratch is really just an aesthetic issue, not worth sending across the sea for repair.
That’s well done.
1960s Bates racing shirt.
My wife says the sleeves are too long. What say you?
Not reaching for handlebars they ain't !
Looks great !
Your wife is wrong
Use carkey to open package, pocket knife is to sharpen pencil, and peel apple only.
I’ll let you tell her that.
She is wrong but you are of course obligated to agree. Yes you agree. I understand. You agree.
I agree you must agree...but wear it proudly anyway!
I assure you that has never been the case in the history of marriage.
You must be single.
In a way, it's like a new car... you can't start to truly enjoy it until that first scratch.
Great fix, i did the same on my jacket after my cat climbed over my arm at the vet office.
Haha... still apprenticing as responsible pet owner before stepping up, dont want to mess it up like my parents.
My wife and I have told each other we're wrong regularly over 15 years and sometimes she and I disagree amicably or revise our views. I'd hate to be in the kind of relationship where this doesn't happen.