No B3 in my collection.

Discussion in 'Repros' started by John Lever, May 10, 2017.

  1. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    BR B-2, ELC and CAB B-3s, ELC D-1, BR D-2 and don't wear any of em...:confused:
     
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  2. Smithy

    Smithy Active Member

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    But it shows dedication to the cause ;)
     
  3. John Lever

    John Lever Moderator

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    Can you tell more about the ELC please ?
     
  4. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    Cause or "Curse"?
     
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    ELC Rough Wear bought in 2015... Best-est russet and patina I have played with since the mid 90s when I had (and fitted into) an ELC RW 1401-P 40 with original Crown zipper.
     
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  6. CBI

    CBI Well-Known Member

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    wow - love the painted B-3, is its a 44 or 46
     
  7. Smithy

    Smithy Active Member

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    Now that's the million dollar question Couchy...
     
  8. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    42. Pushed the limit once playing football in it.
     
  9. Skip

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    M444.

    Its not a B3, but a fleece nonetheless and gets worn quite comfortably driving the Corvette in the cooler Months with the roof off. Maybe a 70 year old design but like the car gets plenty of comments, and is toasty warm and easy to drive in.
     
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  10. John Lever

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    Couchy what year/type is the ELC B3 ?
     
  11. ausreenactor

    ausreenactor Well-Known Member

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    17756. Well before Warhorse....no repro Crown zipper... Other than that, it's an old one..
     

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