Mercedes Benz 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark – Iconic Cloth

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Mercedes Benz '722' 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark - Iconic Cloth
Mercedes Benz '722' 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark - Iconic Cloth
Mercedes Benz '722' 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark - Iconic Cloth
Mercedes Benz '722' 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark - Iconic Cloth
Mercedes Benz '722' 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark - Iconic Cloth
Mercedes Benz '722' 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark - Iconic Cloth

Mercedes Benz 300SLR Gent's T-Shirt by Joel Clark

Regular price £32.00 Sale

There are plenty of famous numbers in motorsport history, but few as romantic and evocative as the 722 adorned by the race-winning silver arrow, piloted by the British duo of Sir Stirling Moss, ably assisted by co-driver and Motorsport auto journalist Denis Jenkinson.

Read more about the unrivalled feat in an excellent Petrolicious article HERE.

This superb new Joel Clark design features the unmistakable number livery and side-mounted exhausts that made the Mille Miglia winner so instantly recogniseable.

 

The original artwork was signed by the man himself!

Celebrate this incredible machine with this exclusive design available only from Iconic Cloth and limited to an initial run of 250 units. 

Be the envy of motor racing fans around the globe with this exclusive, premium quality, 100% ringspun cotton T-Shirt, available only from https://iconiccloth.co.uk!

This is your chance to purchase a truly unique and exclusive collector's item.

  • Based on an exclusive Joel Clark hand cut vinyl creation.
  • 100% combed, ringspun cotton T-Shirt in a fitted European style gent's cut.
  • Bespoke garment detailing as standard.

Please refer to our size guide and care instructions.

This product is available to buy, but has yet to go into production. If you decide to be one of the first lucky customers please expect a small wait to receive your T-Shirt.

"The greatest sports racing car ever built — really an unbelievable machine."  Sir Stirling Moss.