Gear: New Apparel Has Been Added To The Petrolicious Originals Collection In The Shop

New Apparel Has Been Added To The Petrolicious Originals Collection In The Shop

Petrolicious Productions By Petrolicious Productions
May 3, 2019
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Click here for sizing, ordering, and shipping details for our full selection of Petrolicious Originals apparel

We’ve just added a new collection to our Petrolicious Originals line of apparel, as well as new colors for our classic Motto and Made to Drive T shirts. Pictured here are the shirts from the Origins Collection, which feature iconic colors of the five marque’s represented here by their founding years and cities—Bavarian blue for BMW in Munich, rosso corsa for Ferrari in Maranello, a deep maroon for Alfa Romeo in Milan, and British Racing Green for Jaguar in Coventry (rather than repeat a red or pick a lairy neon hue at random, Lamborghini and Sant’agata Bolognese is represented by a clean black and white scheme).

Perfect for a morning drive on the way to a Cars & Coffee, comfortable enough to wear for the rest of the day, and constructed with a durable yet relaxed fit that will leave them at the top of your T-shirt stack  for years to come, our Petrolicious Originals are designed to bring a relaxed but clean look into your T shirt rotation. Each year we select a new set of colors for our vintage-inspired shirts, and this time around we’ve tweaked the design to feature a stitched Petrolicious tag offset on the lower edge of the shirt rather than on the arm as in the past.

Maranello (Ferrari)

Milano (Alfa Romeo)

Sant’agata Bolognese (Lamborghini)

Coventry (Jaguar)

Munich (BMW)

Click here for sizing, ordering, and shipping details for our full selection of Petrolicious Originals apparel

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Giallo Maggio for Lamborghini c’mon!

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Please do a Torino 1906. I’d definetely buy one, maybe two.