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Well-worn camouflage jacket

Article about: I was visting an older gentleman who owns a militaria booth at a antique mall yesterday, and he asked me for my opinion of a new item he recently acquired. These camo pieces aren't currently

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    Excellent examples dasbootu96 and Sarge. Regarding yours dasbootu96, I see several differences between the two of ours, i.e: the buttons, exterior sowing of the waistband belt, thickness, etc. etc.....could they be of different production or models possibly? For the past three years my primary--and secondary--focus has been elsewhere so my knowledge here is still very limited. Also, if needed I do still own mine and would be more than happy to supply further images of higher quality.

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    Hi Cody, just manufacturers variations. These small details are what set different makers apart.

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    The 'Tante Ju' yours too Sarge?
    I wish! Belongs to the Confederate Air Force, it's a Spanish Casa. Used to be kept in Denver. I helped do a lot of the restoration when it was first brought back to the US and crewed it the first 2 or 3 airshos it flew (it is a dog to fly!), don't know where it is now.
    I "Almost" bought a Spanish Casa in Spain, but the deal didn't jell - Damm It!!!

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