Bill’s 1947 J.A.P - Black

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Bill’s 1947 J.A.P - Black [mens]

Beautifully hand crafted illustration of Bill’s 1947 J.A.P / Rotrax speedway bike.

J.A.P = John Alfred Prestwich, English engineer.

In about 1902 J.A. Prestwich and Company started the manufacture of motorcycle engines which were used in many famous motorcycle marques. The motorcycle engines were associated with racing and record success during the ‘Golden Era’ being the late 40’s and into the 50’s and were still used in speedway bikes well into the 1960s.

Screen printed onto our 100% combed ring spun cotton ‘classic’ fit t-shirt.

The yarn that is created for ring spun cotton is spun in a way that produces stronger, longer strands that are soft, extremely durable and free from the rough texture of standard raw cotton. The process of continuously spinning, twisting, and thinning the cotton strands is what yields long, soft strands.

Colour: Black

Material: 100% combed ring spun cotton

Care Instructions: Wash inside out, do not tumble dry, iron print on reverse.


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