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Who called the cops?

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    I sure didn't but one showed up! This one formerly belonged to our esteemed colleague, Mr. Doug Buhler. Thank you, Doug, for parting with this one. It's still on the top shelf and safe behind glass a year later.

    Oh, and if you hadn't guessed, the wife is out again right now so I bring you another re-shoot.
    At the end you will find two photos showing my "light box" which is clearly without a box.

    Enjoy!

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    My "photo box"

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    Top helmet mate!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Cracking condition, and are those cloth gloves I see? I like your style

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    That sure is a beauty...you probably couldn't find a better one...well done and thanks for showing!
    cheers, Glenn

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    What a great looking double decal --- I just love these police helmets, I don't think I could afford one in this condition without saving up for a looong time though, maybe a beaded one first and then work my way up Thanks for posting!

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    Another cracker mate Still a branch I have yet to get hold of, but I am sure I will soon enough. It's my Birthday soon, I've already been dropping hints around the house

    Feel free to send me that one btw, that would work too

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    Quote by bigmacglenn1966 View Post
    That sure is a beauty...you probably couldn't find a better one...well done and thanks for showing!
    cheers, Glenn
    While the cats away....LOL
    Super helmet, they sure are a thing of beauty those minty apple green M35 double decal police helmets. The reason I moved this along, is I actually did find a better one! It found a great home and there are other top helmets it can commiserate with. Thanks for posting!

    PS- I have the exact same outdoor furniture, I had to do a double take to make sure it wasn't my backyard Who needs a photo box when you have the outdoor version! Great photos as well!

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    Great helmet Todd, its stunning.

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    Bravo! Really nice one, something I have to add to the collection in the future when I can afford one.

    Best Regards

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