Retro Speed T’s
Holley, Weiand and Hooker, three famous names in the world of speed parts, is proud to introduce three new retro T-shirts. Renowned artist Chris Frogett captured the early days of hot rodding, drag racing and the rich history behind each company creating some of the most unique artwork ever to be offered reproduced onto a T-shirt.
The Holley shirt features an early Holley logo and tri-power flat head rat rod. The Weiand shirt features a nitro fed blown and injected HEMI® with flaming zoomies. Lastly the Hooker shirt features an altered wheel base ‘55 Chevy, 2x4 tunnel ram big block engine, and a 70’s psychedelic color scheme.
The front left chest of each T-shirt features a smaller version of the company with the engine from the vehicle on the back. The Highly detailed and vivid artwork is printed on a white 100% pre-shrunk Hanes® Beefy Tee. All three styles are available in sizes from small to triple extra large.
Shirts can be purchased online at www.holley.com by clicking on the Holley store or through your local Holley distributor.
For more information contact Holley, P.O. Box 10360, Bowling Green, KY. 42102, Telephone 270-782-2900. For nearest dealer: 1-800-HOLLEY-1. Or visit us on the web: www.holley.com.
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