Mini John Cooper Works Summer/autumn Jacket on 2040-parts.com
Cortez, Colorado, United States
Condition:New without tags
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Detailed embroidery directly
onto the fabric
- NOT Patches
These jackets have a
quality fabric satin lining
Wash or dry clean the colors stay
The jackets two outside hand pockets with one inside chest
The jackets use a unique blend of
cotton and silk. This gives the jackets a plush look . The waist and cuffs are
made of stretch knit fabric
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chest size inches
*3xl 4xl 16 Dollars
5xl 6 xl 19 Dollars extra
ChildrenChildrens /custom sizes 15 Dollars extra Approx 10 pound
Shipping and Handling Worldwide from Thailand where most US quality clothing is now made and is 5.99 dollars
We declare the jacket value low and as a gift so there are no customs duty to pay. Your jacket will be delivered your door by your local postman
No delivery to Malta due to non delivery
Sent from my supplier in Thailand where most quality
clothing is now made
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