Officially Licensed James Dean Product - Made in USA
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Daddy-O's officially licensed James Dean Shirt - paying tribute to James Dean and the car he loved so much.
The idea was for the shirt to mock the car so the shirt has the car number "130" on each sleeve and "Little Bastard" on the back. There is also a "James Dean" signature on the front. Using photos of the car, the embroidery is an EXACT replica of the writing styles used on the car. "130" was his racing number for the day and was on each door and hood; "Little Bastard", as he was nicknamed by Jack Warner, was across the trunk.
A classic styled short sleeved shirt featuring a white center panel and collar, white sleeve cuffs and a white stripe that runs through the front left chest pocket enhanced with 2 white tabs to each side at back.
Fabric content: 65% Polyester & 35% Rayon
Guide to Measurements
Please note these are American Cut Shirts and do come up larger than your average UK Size
Length (from nape of neck)
Sixty years ago the world lost James Dean, an amazing actor, racer and friend. On his way to race his Porsche Spyder, Jimmy was killed in a crash near Cholame, CA. This shirt pays tribute to James Dean and the car he loved so much.
The shirt, which is an officially licensed James Dean product, is black and trimmed in white and is soft and comfortable to wear. The idea was for the shirt to mock the car so the shirt has the car number “130” on each sleeve and “Little Bastard” on the back. There is also a “James Dean” signature on the front. Using photos of the car, the embroidery is an EXACT replica of the writing styles used on the car. “130” was his racing number for the day and was on each door and hood. “Little Bastard”, as he was nicknamed by Jack Warner, was across the trunk. This shirt is made in the USA and is machine washable. The back yoke has double fabric to assure pure comfort.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this shirt go to the Bob Pulley Endowment Fund at the Fairmount Historical Museum in Dean’s hometown of Fairmount, Indiana. Pulley was a childhood friend, pall bearer and Museum President for many years. The Museum houses a huge collection of Dean’s personal effects donated by the family of Dean.
Each September the James Dean Festival in Fairmount, Indiana draws fans of all ages from all over the world as they celebrate the life and legacy of “The Rebel” himself. Click here for more info
Did you know Fairmount, Indiana is also home to Garfield the Cat cartoon creator Jim Davis