How many guys out there are holding on to that wallet you got for Christmas ’95? High quality leather wallets are durable but the rubber band holding it together may indicate it’s time to replace and upgrade.
In most cases, when a stock part goes bad on a classic car, we look for an upgrade. Maybe stainless brake lines to replace the worn out rubbers. Consider our new Roadster Racing Stripe Wallets from J.FOLD an upgrade from that OEM wallet that’s in need of replacing.
Available in four color combinations(black/red, black/white, black/blue, yellow/white) each Bi-fold design is made of 100% top grain leather and features 8 card slots, 1 cash pocket, and 2 smaller pockets.
We’ve been busy designing new shirts for the upcoming Monterey Motorsport Reunion and Lime Rock Park Historic Festival. Not to mention the holidays right around the corner. Our first four new designs are now available and feature an iconic Ferrari sports car and a fun play on another “speedy” friend.
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa - A new tone on tone sketch with a touch of rossa. This latest edition is inspired by the 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa that sold for a record 12.1 Mil in 2009. Only 2 factory and 19 customer 250TR s were built from 1957-1958 so this shirt is likely the closest most of us will get to the real thing.
Cafe Racer - One of our artists is a classic motorcycle fan came up with this one for fun. We loved it so much we had to print a few for ourselves. Influenced by our childhood hero Speed Racer, this limited run design shows that he also fancied the two wheel classics.
Mazda Miata NA – Ok Miata guys the first of our Miata series is now ready and since we’re all about unique models, we went for a NA with the R package theme. This first generation design features the R package stripe kit and subtle details that Miata NA lovers and owners can appreciate.
BMW 3.0 CSL - Introduced in May 1972 the 3.0CSL was a homologation special built to make the car eligible for racing in the European Touring Car Championship. It turned out to be one of BMW’s most successful racing endeavors winning the ETCC in it’s first year, 1973, and again in every year from 1975-1979. We think we did it justice with this new design.
If you follow us on twitter or facebook you may already know that we released our officially licensed Vic Elford Signature shirt last week at the 12 Hours Sebring. It was the 40th anniversary of his win at Sebring in 1971 with co-driver Gerard Larrousse. We’ll have better images up on the site shortly but here’s a sneak peak at the design. They’re available now here on our site or at www.VicElford.com.