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Auto Art T-shirt "loves Vettes" on 2040-parts.com

US $21.50
Location:

New Tripoli, Pennsylvania, United States

New Tripoli, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New with tags Brand:Gildan

"Loves Vettes" T-Shirt Great Gift !

Corvette Mania ! Limited Edition Photo Art. Shirt colors include White, Ash Grey or Light Tan. These are pre-shrunk 100% cotton 6.1 ounce heavyweight T-shirts (Ash Grey contains 1% polyester). We use Gildan® Ultra Cotton® short sleeve T-shirts and a DIGITAL TO GARMENT PRINTING PROCESS (not iron-on). All shirts have double-needle stitched necks, sleeves and bottom hems as well as seamless collars.

Other car colors and Sweatshirts available - Inquire.

Inquire for Larger Sizes. Washing instructions included. Priority Mail Shipping. See other designs, also prints and posters of same in our eBay store or inquire for auction number – all original artist interpretations.

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