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Johnny65
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Fake Harley tees?

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What do you guys think? They look like deadstock, but I find it hard to believe.

Seller says;

"The shirt is from the late 70s and comes from a guy in the Northwest who rode Harley motorcycles in the 60s, 70s, and 80s."

http://shop.ebay.com/wearekoalas/m.html ... m270.l1313

http://worn75.blogspot.com/

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Re: Fake Harley tees?

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those guys are usually on the up and up aren't they?

the front looks extra shiny - like plastic transfer style.
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Re: Fake Harley tees?

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I always thought wearekoalas were pretty reputable.

I suppose it is possible for a box of deadstock harley tees to have sat in someones basement for 30+ years. They are definitely transfers.

Was thinking of bidding on one.

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