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Cool Belstaff Steve McQueen Wax Cotton Jacket.. Rare hard to find Genuine Jacket.

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This is a classic limited addition vintage Belstaff jacket - S.Icon, Black Prince.

The Steve Mcqueen blouson is now very hard to find and has been copied often - this is a genuine item, which is clear from the details and identification markings - see the photos.

It is waxed cotton, black with brown corduroy trim. It is brand new and still has its tags..

Very, very rare to find.

It is XXL but relatively small for the size - XXL (fits like L/XL) and a good size - perfect fit for a 43/44 inch chest .

The S. Icon jacket was designed in 1964 in homage to the hero of speed and style, Steve McQueen. " The King of Cool".

After outfitting him the year before for his role in The Great Escape, this blouson was created as a celebration of his sporting legacy, with diamond quilting to the shoulders, elbows and hemline.

The feel of the reassuringly heavy 12oz waxed cotton empower you with the same daring attitude; a rich, storied heritage is woven into the fabric that weighs down on your shoulders.

This jacket has a boxy silhouette in imitation of the original cut from 1964...

Two-way zip fastening with popper cover
Buckle fastening at hem
Corduroy-lined stand collar with buckle fastening
4 external pockets
Poppers to cuffs
Underarm air vents system
Fabric logo patch to left sleeve
S Icon metal plaque to reverse placket
Italian sizing

If you can find these rare jackets for sale, they usual go for 300+ for a used example.

This is for sale for 350 plus shipping World wide.


This is a regrettable sale, but I'm trying to raise some funds for a some parts for a new bike I recently bought..

Email or PM me if you need more info.

Cheers for looking
John

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i had one exactly like that 35 yrs ago then it was call a Belstaff all weather motorcycle jacket . got it from Slocombes neasden

i have a form of dislexia as i have said plenty of time and it dont bother me .................. but im not stupid or a tard so dont try it on


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Slocombes of Neasden..

Now there is a name from the past...

I bought my first bike from Brian at Slocombes.. A used 69' Triumph T100 500cc twin..

I went to college down the road at Willesden Technical at the bottom of Dollis Hill Lane.. Do you remember college ?

I think Slocombes are still going down near Willesden, but they closed their big showroom up at Neasden over 25 years ago... I think they mainly sell cars nowadays..

Great days back then and some of the best of my teens..



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lol i went there and Kilburn polly at colindale
i got my 1977 850 commando from Brian 6 months old it was Slocombes demo bike , one of the best shops around at the time , also got a Z900 with a seized gearbox from Chris

i have a form of dislexia as i have said plenty of time and it dont bother me .................. but im not stupid or a tard so dont try it on


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Small world..

Did you remember the cafe on the corner of Dollis Hill Ln near the college ?.

I must have spent a small fortune there playing Space Invaders at lunch time when that game came out..


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Careful boys or someone will be along to lock the thread! The jacket is beautiful John, and I am a huge Steve McQueen fan, If I hadn't been buying so many bike parts for the track recently, I would be all over that as it would probably fit me perfectly.

What we've got here, is failure to communicate.
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Sold to the Highlands Steve McQueen..

Cheers Guys

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