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1964 Daytona Coupe Assembly Required T-Shirt - Men

Product Code: DTN_ASRQ_S_BLK

1964 Daytona Coupe T-Shirt for Men - Assembly Required

In order to “stick it” to their main competitor, Carroll Shelby and his team realized the need for a more aerodynamic version of the 289 roadster. Came along a young guy, Peter Brock, who had work as a designer at Chevrolet, with what typical at the time, a limited knowledge of aerodynamic. But Peter had the right attitude and great talents. With no “computer”, no wind tunnel, no huge budget and no expensive and complicated tools, but just few pencils and a drawing board, he simply designed what became the first and only American built FIA GT World Champion! The first car ever preserved by the Library of Congress. Pretty cool Peter, pretty cool…!

A tribute to all builders who took the challenge to assemble their biggest “plastic model” of all. Just follow the instructions and, although it may be a bit more complicated, at the end you will end up with a beautiful a giant model of the Daytona Coupe and as much fun as you did years ago! The plastic “tree” is full back screen-printed and a smaller “I built it!” is also featured on the left chest. the 1964 AC Cobra Daytona Coupe Short Sleeve T-Shirt.

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The featured original artwork has been printed on a high-quality 6.0 oz 100% pre-shrunk American cotton t-shirt.
Seamless double-needle collar - sleeve bottom hems.
It is available in Black, Charcoal, Cherry Red, Forest Green, Indigo Blue, Maroon, Navy Blue, Military Green, Orange, Purple, Rust, and Steel Blue
in sizes S - M - L - XL - 2XL - 3XL - 4XL and 5XL

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*Extra Tall (XT) t-shirts are available through special order. Please contact us for colors' availability, pricing and estimated delivery.

*AC Car, Shelby Cobra or any other marks are registered trademarks. Our products are not approved by any of these manufacturers and trademarks. We do not imply any association with these manufacturers and references are based on historical information in the public domain.