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    Rod Stewart-Two Tour/Crew Jackets (1984 & 1991/'92). Two Rod Stewart crew jackets from two different tours, including: 1). Black nylon jacket with button front and two pockets from the Vagabond Heart Tour in 1991/92. Black and white elastic collar, waist and cuffs. The back reads "Rod Stewart/ Vagabond Heart/ US STAGE CREW". With "WESTARK" label, X-Large. 2). Green nylon "Canada Dry Ginger Ale/Make Your Move!" tour jacket from Tour '84, with two pockets and a button front. Green elastic collar, waist and cuffs. The back reads "Canada Dry Ginger Ale Presents/Tour '84/Rod/Stewart". "Rod" is embroidered in red and there is red piping down the sleeves. With "Creative Embroidery/Bloomfield, NJ/07003" label. Size L. Measures 28" from armpit to armpit. Young hearts will definitely be free in these jackets! Excellent condition.

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    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
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