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AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by Elkhorn29 » January 3rd, 2013, 12:13 pm

I am currently working on a Model AA Truck Club Tshirt!!

How many out there are interested?


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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by Chris Haynes » January 3rd, 2013, 1:20 pm

I'll take an XL.

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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by spectria » January 3rd, 2013, 1:24 pm

Elkhorn29 wrote:I am currently working on a Model AA Truck Club Tshirt!!

How many out there are interested?


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Nice,
Did you check with Neil, he had something started also awhile back.

I love the grey background. I also want a hoodie in dark green. :)
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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by flatford39 » January 3rd, 2013, 1:45 pm

Are they 100% cotton or a blend???

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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by truknut » January 3rd, 2013, 2:26 pm

I'd be interested in an XL



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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by macswoods » January 3rd, 2013, 3:03 pm

Put me down for a XL , thanks Macs....... 8)

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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by pyrodork » January 3rd, 2013, 3:10 pm

if i can ever get a full-time job, i'd go for a medium. i like the dark green hoodie idea, too.

i am working part-time in embroidery... maybe if someone submits an idea (or even just the logo), i can talk to my boss about how much it would cost to make. then i could make some money to get this shirt!
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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by spectria » January 3rd, 2013, 3:48 pm

pyrodork wrote:if i can ever get a full-time job, i'd go for a medium. i like the dark green hoodie idea, too.

i am working part-time in embroidery... maybe if someone submits an idea (or even just the logo), i can talk to my boss about how much it would cost to make. then i could make some money to get this shirt!
Post a snipit of your work.
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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by Chris Haynes » January 3rd, 2013, 4:43 pm

I would like it better without the white background around the AA.

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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by Drew Mashburn » January 3rd, 2013, 5:09 pm

Elkhorn29:

I prefer the more rounded cabs that were on the '30 and '31 AAs. Any chance of doing a shirt/logo with both cab types? It would be more representative of our club.

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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by E.Moore » January 3rd, 2013, 5:12 pm

I like the Tee shirt as it is and will take a quantiry of (2) XL.

If Ford Motor Company catches you displaying the blue oval with Ford script, they will whack you pretty hard, unless you pay them the royalty fee for using their Trademark.

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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by pyrodork » January 3rd, 2013, 6:07 pm

spectria wrote:
pyrodork wrote:if i can ever get a full-time job, i'd go for a medium. i like the dark green hoodie idea, too.

i am working part-time in embroidery... maybe if someone submits an idea (or even just the logo), i can talk to my boss about how much it would cost to make. then i could make some money to get this shirt!
Post a snipit of your work.

oh, i don't actually do any of the designs or programming. i just run the machines after all that has been done already.

i'm just thinking like polo shirts, hats, patches... that kind of thing. my boss would have to do the hard work.
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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by elfox » January 3rd, 2013, 9:05 pm

I'll take an XL. Nice looking shirt!

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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by Elkhorn29 » January 3rd, 2013, 10:38 pm

spectria wrote:
Elkhorn29 wrote:I am currently working on a Model AA Truck Club Tshirt!!

How many out there are interested?




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Nice,
Did you check with Neil, he had something started also awhile back.

I love the grey background. I also want a hoodie in dark green. :)
I did contact Neil and he did like the design. I am actively working with a couple shirt companies to see what combination of shirt brand, logo, image, image resolution, and design will work. I am aware of issues with Ford oval being on a shirt. We will be contacting Fords public relations department to see about having the blue oval on shirt.

The shirts I posted are only ideas for a shirt. No shirts have been made yet. I will post more about progress of shirt as it developes.

The price of shirts vary greatly by number of shirts purchased per order. The more shirts per batch the cheaper each shirt. Sweatshirts and hoodies are roughly double price of shirt.
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Re: AA Truck Club shirt design

Post by rsierk » January 3rd, 2013, 10:52 pm

You should talk to Don Doan of Calif. He faced the Ford licensing issue with apparel for old Ford Tractor club and can tell you lots. He wasn't even trying to use the Ford oval, just a photo of one of his tractors, and they wanted him to stop! His email is: don(at)thetractornstore(dot)com

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