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Auto Art T-shirt 1957 Chevy Nomad on 2040-parts.com

US $21.50
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New Tripoli, Pennsylvania, United States

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

'57 NOMAD T-Shirt Great Gift !

Chevy Mania Limited Edition Original 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, Sweatshirts and Hoodies available - Inquire.

Order by size and color. 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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