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  • 12-08-2009, 06:55
    Greengrocer

    Great,great theme.
  • 31-07-2009, 18:57
    Greengrocer
    A fab soundtrack
  • 19-07-2009, 09:20
    Greengrocer
  • 15-07-2009, 07:41
    Greengrocer
    I know ive veered right off from movie themes here,but if you are off a certain age, like i am,you are sure to find these sports oriented themes wonderfully evocative of more youthful times.............see what you think..















  • 14-07-2009, 23:23
    Roadster RR
    couple of favorites



  • 14-07-2009, 21:16
    Roadster RR
    cool films and cooler music






  • 14-07-2009, 18:00
    Greengrocer
    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch View Post
    Yeah mine was only a cheapie too , used to have a shop in town called Stone-Dri that catered very nicely to all our needs at the time . We'd all go there to buy our Sta-Prest® , Harringtons, Brutus shirts P.o.W. check suits et al ... remember those jeans 'Skinners' , had like 30" parallel legs worn with a 6" turnup level with the top of your 24 hole DM's and your club scarf tied around your wrist lol . Then across the road to Timpsons shoe shop to get our Royal brogues , spoon shoes or loafers .
    Timpsons for Royals,you're dead right Ron,i had to go to "The Ivy Shop" in Richmond for mine or "The Shoe Box " in Sheperds Bush...i think what you are calling"spoon shoes" we may have known as "plain caps" do you remember Royal "gibsons" they were fab..still got a pair...and Mikey...original cut Sta -Prest....bottle green were the ones to be seen in fer me
  • 14-07-2009, 13:58
    mikeyboy
    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch View Post
    Yeah mine was only a cheapie too , used to have a shop in town called Stone-Dri that catered very nicely to all our needs at the time . We'd all go there to buy our Sta-Prest® , Harringtons, Brutus shirts P.o.W. check suits et al ... remember those jeans 'Skinners' , had like 30" parallel legs worn with a 6" turnup level with the top of your 24 hole DM's and your club scarf tied around your wrist lol . Then across the road to Timpsons shoe shop to get our Royal brogues , spoon shoes or loafers .
    Loved those original cut Sta-prest,wish they were still available.
  • 14-07-2009, 11:34
    Stitch
    Quote Originally Posted by Greengrocer View Post
    Black an' purple too Ron,but a cheap copy from Southall Market
    and make mine a Tomatoe Juuuice..
    Yeah mine was only a cheapie too , used to have a shop in town called Stone-Dri that catered very nicely to all our needs at the time . We'd all go there to buy our Sta-Prest® , Harringtons, Brutus shirts P.o.W. check suits et al ... remember those jeans 'Skinners' , had like 30" parallel legs worn with a 6" turnup level with the top of your 24 hole DM's and your club scarf tied around your wrist lol . Then across the road to Timpsons shoe shop to get our Royal brogues , spoon shoes or loafers .
  • 14-07-2009, 10:04
    Greengrocer
    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch View Post
    That was a real treat to see that again Mr Endell , RIP Adam - superstar .

    What colour was your jacket Wal ? , I had a black and purple one .
    Black an' purple too Ron,but a cheap copy from Southall Market
    and make mine a Tomatoe Juuuice..
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