Bond Street Boxcar Racers Tee


Having been rejected from both the Long Branch Speedway and Wall Stadium, this fruity blend of Monte Carlo pool boys, Deal Lake lifeguards, second deck cruise ship karaoke contestants, armchair drag racers and double-dutch runner ups were led by Akron, OH transplant and 1935 Soap Box Derby champion Maurice Bale Jr. With the team assembled at the intersection of Bond and Main Streets in Asbury Park, Bale declared it the gravity racing capital of the nation, even though there was less than a 2% gradient rise.  The Bond St. Boxcar Racers were a fusion of its captain’s engineering genius and their limited economic means; utilizing left over balsa from the high school wood shop, stolen rod collars and borrowed steering wheels.

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Our custom Bella + Canvas cotton t-shirt is made of soft 4.2oz. 100% ringspun cotton fabric and features a slim fitting, tailored side seam and slightly higher sleeves than the standard cotton t-shirts, and significantly softer.

Color: Heathered Red


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