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  • The 1957 Chevrolet is certainly one of the most iconic American cars of all time, with its distinctive styling epitomising the 50s 'fins and chrome' era. In fact the Tri-Chevys (1955-1957) would also probably be considered the most popular classic car in the USA with a whole industry built around restoring and upgrading them. Part of their appeal is the legendary small-block V8 which was introduced with the 1955 model in 265 cubic inch (4,340cc) format; for 1957 this was upped to 283 ci (4,640cc) with the famous 'fuelie' 57 featuring fuel injection that gave the milestone one horsepower per cubic inch. The small-block Chevy engine has been a huge part of American culture ever since but was finally discontinued in 2003 after a remarkable 48 year life-span, with over 100 million being built! The model was available in a plethora of trim levels and body styles, from the humble One-Fifty 2 door sedan right up to the Bel Air convertible and even though they were never a huge seller in the UK, their iconic styling has featured so often in movies, music videos, toys and games that it is familiar to pretty much anyone.
    This t-shirt is based on a US press ad from 1957 highlights the distinctive tail fin with typical period advertising copy and illustration featuring miniature people to make the car appear even bigger! It is available in sand or white, with the latter available up to 5XL.
  • Alright Bab?

    We're celebrating our proud heritage with our new 'Made in Birmingham' range featuring familiar phrases from the second city. In fact these t-shirts truly are brummie through and through; they are designed and printed here and all utilise the Baskerville typeface that was created in Birmingham back in the 1750s by John Baskerville (1706-1775). The shirts feature a retro distressed look on the design and the Iconic Ironic logo on the left sleeve. Let everyone know that you're a proud brummie with these stylish t shirts available in 7 different colours. After years of being mocked, the time has come to celebrate our unique accent and dialect!  
  • Any age birthday lockdown t-shirt - black Any age birthday lockdown t-shirt - white
    These t-shirts are a fantastic gift for children or adults of any age to celebrate and remember their unique Birthday experience during lockdown. The design is based on the famous 90s TV sitcom that is currently enjoying a whole new audience thanks to Netflix. Note that these t-shirts are printed in the full colour and use the authentic typeface, unlike many other versions available. Each shirt is printed to order so they are non-returnable - please choose your size carefully.    
  • "Shaw, Williams, prepared to venture down the left. There's a good ball in for Tony Morley. Oh, it must be and it is! It's Peter Withe."
    Aston Villa's circular badge was introduced for the 1973 season and remains a favourite with fans, with many calling for its return to the current kit. It's most famous appearance was in 1982 when Villa won the European Cup beating Bayern Munich 1-0 at the final in Rotterdam. It was firmly centre-stage and centre-of-kit that evening when, along with the players, it was immortalised forever. It was replaced in 1992 with the introduction of the current pennant shape. This hoody features a distressed style badge for that retro look and is only available in claret with contrasting gold hood lining and drawstrings giving a very distinctive look.
  • "Shaw, Williams, prepared to venture down the left. There's a good ball in for Tony Morley. Oh, it must be and it is! It's Peter Withe."
    Aston Villa's circular badge was introduced for the 1973 season and remains a favourite with fans, with many calling for its return to the current kit. It's most famous appearance was in 1982 when Villa won the European Cup beating Bayern Munich 1-0 at the final in Rotterdam. It was firmly centre-stage and centre-of-kit that evening when, along with the players, it was immortalised forever. It was replaced in 1992 with the introduction of the current pennant shape. The t-shirt features a distressed style badge for that retro look and is available in two colours - claret and blue, naturally.
  • Birmingham City’s monogram badge with the intertwined letters was first introduced in 1971 at the same time as the ‘penguin’ home shirt (as worn by Trevor Francis, Kenny Burns, Howard Kendall, Dave Latchford and their peers) which has since become something of a seventies icon. This shirt was unchanged until the 1975/76 season when the shirt was changed slightly to have a collar and v-neck, but still featuring the monogram badge. For the following season the badge was replaced by the familiar ‘globe’ design that is still used to the present day – this design was actually the result of a competition to design a new crest in local paper, The Sports Argus, in 1972, although it didn’t appear on the shirts until 1976. The monogram badge did make a brief reappearance in the 2016/17 season to commemorate the club’s 140th anniversary.
    This hoody features a distressed style monogram badge for that retro look and is only available in blue with contrasting white hood lining and drawstrings giving a very distinctive look.
  • Birmingham City's monogram badge with the intertwined letters was first introduced in 1971 at the same time as the 'penguin' home shirt (as worn by Trevor Francis, Kenny Burns, Howard Kendall, Dave Latchford and their peers) which has since become something of a seventies icon. This shirt was unchanged until the 1975/76 season when the shirt was changed slightly to have a collar and v-neck, but still featuring the monogram badge. For the following season the badge was replaced by the familiar 'globe' design that is still used to the present day - this design was actually the result of a competition to design a new crest in local paper, The Sports Argus, in 1972, although it didn't appear on the shirts until 1976. The monogram badge did make a brief reappearance in the 2016/17 season to commemorate the club's 140th anniversary. This t-shirt features a distressed style monogram badge for that seventies retro look and is only available in royal blue with white collar and sleeve cuffs, naturally. NB: These Fruit of the Loom t-shirts are smaller than the Gildan ones elsewhere on the site. If in doubt, order a size up.
  • Bostin! We're celebrating our proud heritage with our new 'Made in Birmingham' range featuring familiar phrases from the second city. In fact these t-shirts truly are brummie through and through; they are designed and printed here and all utilise the Baskerville typeface that was created in Birmingham back in the 1750s by John Baskerville (1706-1775). The shirts feature a retro distressed look on the design and the Iconic Ironic logo on the left sleeve. Let everyone know that you're a proud brummie with these stylish t shirts available in 6 different colours. After years of being mocked, the time has come to celebrate our unique accent and dialect!  
  • Chrysler 300C T Shirt

    £17.50£18.50
    The Chrysler 300C was introduced in the UK in 2005. Initially available as a 3.5 V6 petrol and the mighty 5.7 V8 Hemi, it was soon also available with Mercedes' 3.0 V6 diesel which really set the cat among the pigeons. Here was an executive car for people who wanted something different. It was big and brash in a way that only American cars can be, but it was also handsome, great value for money and (dare we say it) almost practical too. Add the fact that a touring (estate) version became available soon after and it was clear that the 300C was a real alternative to the usual more sober and predominantly German suspects. The awesome 6.1 litre SRT was added to the UK range later and boasted 425 bhp and a 0-60 time of just 4.9 seconds, pretty impressive for such a large, heavy car. The 300C range received a mild facelift in 2008 and continued on until 2010. For full disclosure, I should confess that I may be a little biased as I have owned a 300C Touring for the last seven years, having admired them when they were launched, and there is still nothing I would want to replace it with. The t shirt features a striking image of an early US example which really caught my eye when the car was first announced, coupled with Chrysler's then-current 'Inspiration Comes Standard' strapline in the correct 'Futura Light' typeface.
    The high contrast style of the image means that it is only available in black, but the good news is that sizes go all the way up to 5XL!
  • Chrysler Europe came into being in 1967, encompassing the Rootes Group brands in the UK including Hillman, Humber, Singer, Sunbeam and Commer. Apart from the 180/2 Litre, UK cars were not badged as Chryslers until 1976 when the distinctive 'Pentastar' logo found its way onto the existing Avenger, and Hunter, as well as the new Sunbeam, Horizon and Alpine. Chrysler Europe was taken over by PSA Peugeot Citroën in 1978 when all models were rebadged as Talbots in the UK. Despite the brand's short life in the UK, the cars proved quite popular and well regarded (with the Alpine winning European Car of The Year in 1976). Unfortunately, like many other cars from the 70s, they were not known for their rust resistance and whilst they were once a common piece of 'street furniture' very few survive today. Thankfully their memory lives on with this retro t-shirt. The t-shirt features a distressed style logo for that retro look and is available in a number of colours.
  • Commer Van T Shirt

    £15.00£16.00
    The Commer FC van was produced from 1960 to 1976 when it was developed into the very similar Commer SpaceVan which soldiered on right up until 1983 under the Dodge name. It was a very distinctive van with its rounded profile and inset partially-enclosed front wheels, the latter due to its Humber car-derived front suspension. Its forward-control set up meant that the engine was placed between the front seats; great to work on in the rain, but less so if it had to be taken out, which necessitated removal of the front windscreen to enable it to be craned out of the passenger door! These were a familiar sight on UK roads for many years in their Post Office and British Telecom livery and there were a number of camper van conversions such as the Commer Highwayman - a more interesting and distinctly British alternative to the ubiquitous VW camper. Engines capacity started out at 1500 but were later upped to 1600, then 1725cc but even then, with a 70mph top speed and 0-50 time of 25 seconds, it could hardly be considered as spritely.
    The t-shirt itself is based on a contemporary press ad from December 1963 and focuses on the Commer's large load capacity. The print has a slightly distressed, retro feel to it and the t-shirt is available in sand or white, with the latter available  up to 5XL.
  • Football's Coming Home! Euro 96 holds great memories for many of us from the spine-tingling rendition of Baddiel, Skinner and the Lightning Seeds' 'Three Lions' by England fans, to Gazza's spectacular solo strike and dentist's chair celebration against Scotland. Ultimately England didn't progress beyond the semi-final at Wembley against Germany, where they lost 5-6 on penalties after a certain Gareth Southgate had his saved, leaving everyone heartbroken. No matter, for a few weeks it felt like one big party with England's official song topping the charts and players such as Paul Gascoigne, Stuart Pearce, Alan Shearer and Paul Ince securing their places as footballing legends. The shirts feature a retro distressed-look version of the Euro 96 logo. NB: These Fruit of the Loom t-shirts are smaller than the Gildan ones elsewhere on the site. If in doubt, order a size up.