Discussion in 'Preshave and Aftershave' started by DaltonGang, Sep 29, 2017.
found full at the local antique fair $5 .avon wild country mustang.no idea what this bottle is from.
That white one looks like it's begging to be cleaned and refilled with Clubman or Special Reserve.
my thoughts exactly again sir..special reserve i think..tha cap looks like the red opal brush you restored for me..
Except that most vintage a/s surpasses current day "cologne."
thank you sir. smells ok ,not off..
Should smell slightly powdery on the dry down.
Recently I picked up a mess of Avon off Craig’s list and in the bunch was a black Chevy filled with Clint. Initially I didn’t like it but I realized the neck and threads were dirty so I cleaned it up and applied some.
WOW this stuff is nice..... kind of reminds me of Special Reserve.
My reading suggests it's a woody version of Aramis. Basenotes marks the discontinued notes as;
Top; Bergamot, Lemon, Aldehydes
Heart; Fir balsam, Clary sage, Patchouli, Woods, Geranium
Base; Leather, Vetiver, Oakmoss
If it's similar to S.R. I'll be watching for it!
Not my favorite Avon scent. Try some Avon Spicy, it's right up there with Shulton Old Spice, in my book.
will keep an eye out..cheers..
1988 Corvette .... mine was missing the trunk, so it looked like a SAB. I transferred the contents to a glass bottle.
That's about it. Had more of a dry smell to it than, say, Wild Country. No musk note, maybe.
This mornings finds .......
Six showing, but received seven. Four Wild Country, and a vintage Williams Aqua Velva.
Also received a Topaz, Unforgettable for my wife.
I grew up on a farm so I plan on giving my Dad the Avon Tractor for Father's day, after I clean it up.
thats cool sir, i am sure he will like it..
Kind of a "Handy Man"/" Farmers" collection.
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