Vintage 1970s/ 80's Russ Collins Drag Bike Racing Tee

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Super soft, paper thin, late 70's/ early 80's Russ Collins, drag biker racing, ringer tee. Large front graphic, blank back. Faded white tee with contrasting red ringer.

"Collins was the best-known figure in motorcycle drag racing during the 1970s. In 1973, Collins built the revolutionary, three-engine, Honda-based drag bike he dubbed Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe – named in honor of the famous railroad line of the late 1800s. The monstrous three-engine Honda was featured in numerous motorcycle and drag racing publications and was perhaps the most famous drag bike of the 1970s."

Suggested fit- XS/S (see measurements)

Measurements- taken laying flat
Chest- 16.5" (33" doubled)
Length- 23"

Label- completely faded. Feels like a poly cotton blend
Model is 5'7" and size small for fit reference

Condition- Shirt is faded, heavily worn in, and paper thin. There's some faint rust looking marks across front. Shirt is a grungey faded white. A couple broken threads at collar. 

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