New 1963-1964 Cadillac Chapter Shirts Are Here!.. .Thanks to Lucas Feininger

We have new chapter shirts and have to start by thanking Chapter Member Lucas Feininger for all of the behind the scenes work he has done to put these together. 

In addition to working with the vendors to produce the shirts, transfers, and embroidered patches, he has put up his own money to make this happen by paying all of the up front expenses. He has also created a flyer with all the details, and has agreed to handle processing the orders!  He is even going to sew the emblems on the shirts as they come in! 

 So a Big Thank You again to Lucas!

As far as the shirts, they are unique, sharp and different.  I have a red shirt for me and my wife Cheryl and they are really nice quality shirts, and look great from the front or back.  There is no mistaking who we are with these "Pit Crew" type shirts with our distinct logo on the back and embroidered patch on the front. 

I have just put in an order for 2 more shirts for me and Cheryl and encourage all of you to support our Chapter and the hard work by Lucas. At $40 + s/h you cannot go wrong with these shirts and you will most definitely stand out at the next car event! 

To start your order process check out the flyer below and contact Lucas at
lucas.feininger@Verizon.net

We are also selling the 3 1/2" embroidered club patch separately to use on your own clothing, etc. for $6, which you see above.  

To pull up the PDF flyer click on: 
New 1963-1964 Cadillac Chapter Shirts 

I have also posted a .jpg picture file version of this below which you can click on then double click to enlarge and pull up full size.

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Comment by Tony Albarella on March 5, 2014 at 9:25pm

Those are really sharp! I've got a birthday coming up and let my family know about these...

Comment by Jason Edge on March 5, 2014 at 10:09pm

Tony, These are really nice shirts and can't wait to wear mine. Weather permitting I will be wearing mine at our Eastern NC CLC region meet-up Saturday!  That patch would be really cool on a bomber type jacket or any other type jacket for that matter. I was really impressed how detailed the embroidery was to the original artwork!

Comment by Tony Sottile on March 6, 2014 at 2:11am

nice shirt call me I will order one 408264 3181

Comment by Jason Edge on March 6, 2014 at 6:10pm

Email Lucas Feininger at lucas.feininger@Verizon.net per the flyer for one of the new shirts. He is handling orders.  thanks, Jason.

Comment by Jason Edge on March 9, 2014 at 6:29pm

I had a chance to wear our new Chapter Shirts at yesterdays meet-up with the Eastern NC CLC Region and have posted a couple pictures below. Needless to say, we received lots of compliments!

Comment by Anders on August 7, 2017 at 1:26pm

Are these shirts still possible to order?

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