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The DC Fiats t-shirt !!!

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Specifications:
 
Sizes - Available in men’s sizes:  
                          Medium through 2XL. 
 
Fabric - 100% Cotton
 
Colors - Athletic Gray (darker than our "ash" gray IDF shirts).  Printing on front: 3 colors - red, white, green.  Printing on back: 4 colors - red, white, green, black
 
Price - $20.  Minimum order of 12
 
Ordering:
Shirts may be ordered by sending an e-mail to John Erskine at j.erskine2@verizon.net, specifying size and quantity.  Shirts can be picked up at events and or will be mailed at your request for an additional charge. 
 

 



SHIRT SAMPLE IMAGES

About the design:
 
The basic line art represents many themes I see which run though our club. There's no denying that the core of the club is composed of wrench spinning, knuckle busters. Breaking the margins of the drawing and anchoring the base of the traditional yet stylized Fiat wreath, an abused fist clenches a 17mm wrench and a 13mm ratchet. A thin ring gear separates and lends symmetry to the slightly asymmetrical text, wreath, and checker’d flag. The Capitol dome is an obvious symbol of our region, even if few would intentionally drive our Fiats within sight of it. The little crabs are as much a tip of the hat to Cap’t John as maybe a hint at our demeanor and taste in local dinning. The checker’d flag is in homage to the racing spirit of the bold souls in the club who’ll risk their Fiats at the limit on the track.
 
John O
 


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Updated 20 May 2008

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