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S and M Shirts and 1/2 zip Plate Jacket

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Emptying out a few items from the closet.  All excellent condition - in fact that's why I'm getting rid of them, because I haven't used them much.

  • 1/2 zip medium Smitty black w/ white stripes plate jacket.  Open bottom (no elastic) and long for tucking. Ideal for bad-weather plate jobs.
  • Medium Smitty black long-sleeve shirt.
  • Small Honig's light blue w/ black collar short sleeve shirt.

$50 gets you the lot shipped.  Otherwise, it's $25 for the jacket, $15 for the long sleeve, $12 for the short-sleeve.  I'll give it til Friday, then it's off to Ebay if no one needs them in here.

Color from the photos might be off a bit, each item is like new.

smitty open bottom plate jacket.jpg



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9 hours ago, csabo17 said:

Still available?

Unfortunately all gone. 

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