Before leaving for the Grand National I had run out of XL's and almost out of L's, and ordered another stash of chapter t-shirts.   I have to order a minimum to be able to get at the $15 cost for S thru XL, and this go round I had to order a minimum of 35 shirts or $525 out of pocket.

These are hands down the best batch yet with really vivid colors, in the crest and logo. PKD owner Paulette Disbrow personally did this batch and did the whites last as she says that really makes it stand out. I will try to get some pictures later but they are the same shirts you have seen before, just better.

The Ash Grey goes with anything and makes great gifts for spouses, the kids, nieces, nephews, etc.  Or, if yours is a bit faded and want a crisp new t-shirt, this is the time to get them as it will probably be another year before I order another batch so once your size is gone they are gone!

I have a large stock right now and would prefer to have these shirts on the back of our members instead of in a box up in my office. I also wouldn't mind filling the hole in my wallet the last order left.

Again, I am simply passing on my cost to you guys on the chapter shirts. 
The cost for shirts sized S to XL is $15, the 2XL is $17 and the 3XL is $18.

If you need one please email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com and provide size, quantity, and ship to address.  

As always, thanks for supporting our chapter.  There is no better way to advertise and show our club than with our club t-shirt you see here, and with the collared Pit Crew shirts Lucas Feininger has available!

For more chapter t-shirt pictures click on https://6364cadillac.ning.com/photo/albums/chapter-shirts

For the chapter Pit Crew shirts Lucas has available click on https://6364cadillac.ning.com/profiles/blogs/new-1963-1964-cadillac...

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Orders for 11 shirts completed, boxed and on their way today, and several other orders waiting to complete, so be sure and get your order in today.

About 25 shirts have been put in the hands of chapter members since ordering the last batch. I am out of XXL, and now have 1 Small, 4 Medium, 6 Large, 8 XL, 0 XXL and 1 XXXL.

I'm pretty sure I will not order another batch until next summer, so get them AT COST, while they last. 

 The last batch were so good with vibrant colors , I pulled 3 more XL's for myself and use the other 3 I had for around the house lounging. The greys really do go with anything!

Email me at jasonedge@nc.rr.com if you want one.  

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