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Vintage Simpson Drag Fire Driving Suit Funny Car Dragster Nitro Racing Cackle on 2040-parts.com

US $600.00
Location:

Stanley, New York, United States

Stanley, New York, United States
Condition:Pre-owned

Vintage Simpson 2-piece fire suit. Heavy weight suit. Shows some usual wear and stains. Most likely does not meet current safety specs but would be great for a display. Looks like there was custom stitching over the jacket chest pocket "The Mad Polack" and the number 49(?). The size is not stated but it looks like it would be a size large. See photos for details. Need more photos? let me know.

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