This new series of t-shirts from the team at Auto Design Prints were designed to celebrate three of the most important cars of the ’80s – the Porsche 911, the Lamborghini Countach, and the Ferrari F40.
Each t-shirt is made from premium, ethically sourced, 100% organic cotton with a screen-printed design on the upper left hand side.
The folks at Auto Design Prints worked hard to find ethically sourced, 100% organic cotton with a (verified) 90% reduced carbon footprint through green, renewable energy manufacturing processes.
The screen printing is all done in Bath, England by a small independent company, and each batch of t-shirts is made by hand.
The t-shirts all come in a regular unisex fit with sizing ranging from S through to XL, you can choose from the three designs including the Porsche 911, the Lamborghini Countach, and the Ferrari F40.
Auto Design Prints are currently funding a full production run on Kickstarter with the t-shirts selling below what they will eventually sell for in stores, £20 for one design or £48 for all three.
The company are also selling their highly regard automotive prints to help fund the project. The normal concerns that exist with Kickstarter projects about orders not being fulfilled are largely a moot point here as Auto Design Prints are all ready a well-known and highly regarded company with a history of delivering.
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