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About me and my passion for cars
In the beginning I have had a passion to hand draw and hand paint cars, trucks and motorcycles on T-shirts.
I just Love to draw and paint cars, trucks and motorcycles on T-shirts or on 100% Factory cotton banners.
I always like to advertise my auto art on line when ever I get a chance. I use Fabric paint, black fabric paint to line draw the vehicle on a T-shirt and coloured the customers vehicle in the same colours as the car is. I have done about 20,000 T-shirts in 43 years. I started this hobby/small business when I was 16 and I continued to now, hopefully a few more years, keeps my mind occupied, and I really enjoy drawing and painting vehicles on T-shirts and making a few bucks too on the side.
This is my real hobby, I found that if I went to a cruise night or a swap meet/ car show and I did not have this hobby, I would be really boring.
So if their is anyone who is reading my profile and your interested in having your vehicle hand drawn and hand painted on a T-shirt in Fabric paint, and its not air brush either, I do it all by hand and it will never wash out like some air brushes do in 6 to 8 months, please give me a call, 289-259-1434 or 289-834-2741 any time, I am around, I would love to talk to any one about having to get their car, truck or motorcycle on a T-shirt, perhaps you will take a chance and order one from me.
I have drawn and painted a lot of Mopar, Cadillac's, Lincoln's, GM trucks, Ford trucks and cars, just about anything from an Isetta to a 2010 mustang Shelby, and about a 100 Harleys and 200 or so Indians, and 500 to 700 foreign motorcycles too, so I can draw and paint just about any thing vehicle wise on a T-shirt.
I have done many RR and Bentley cars too, many Jaguars and a lot of small British motorcars, Morgans to Austin A 40's or Mini's original ones and the new BMW mini's too.
Well this is my real hobby, drawing and painting cars, trucks and motorbikes on T-shirts, and I would like to do some more on here for people that are interested in getting the collectors toys drawn and painted on T-shirts.
I only draw and paint vehicles on Gildan Ashe Grey and white T-shirts, and I have from size 2 youth to size 5XL T-shirts. You will have to state your size of T-shirt your require. US sizes are one size smaller then Canadian sizes, so say you are a 2 XL T-shirt, Your size is a 3 XL in a Canadian T-shirt. I use nothing but the best. I use Gildan T-shirts or if I have too, and if I can not get a T-shirt in Gildan, I will use Fruit of Loom or Jockey/Haynes.
I Like the texture of Guildan when I draw and paint a vehicle on a T-shirt.
" BE AS UNIQUE AS YOUR VEHICLE "
Oh yea,. I like to make friends that are interested in old cars, trucks and Motorcycles. I would love to draw and paint as many cars, trucks and motorcycles on T-shirts.
So does any one interested in having their old car, truck or motorcycle hand drawn and hand painted on a T-shirt?????Take a chance, they make great Christmas gifts, Birthday Gifts or just to have a piece of real art of your car painted on a T-shirt to go to your favourite car show or cruise night.
I know if I was a fellow old car buff and I had a say a 1928 Model Touring or a '31 Cadillac V-16 cabriolet, or a '34 Duesenberg or a late '63 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud 3, I would really want it drawn and painted on a T-shirt in Fabric Paint, its real auto art on a T-shirt and It is one of a kind, no prints or air brush either.
Get that old Harley done or your '30s Indian motorcycle, They would look real sharp all drawn and painted in the colours of your bike on a T-shirt, and oh by the way, the paint will never wash out either.
Well this is my passion, to draw and paint as many old vehicles on T-shirts before I pass on. So Guys, or gals, take a chance, order your hubbies old Vehicle on a T-shirt for Christmas or his Birthday.
Take care and have an excellent day and week, I remain,
My first car
My first car ,I was 14 years old and I bought a 1957 Cadillac limousine with a Derham Landau top. I sat at my parents place for years and I fnally sold it to a buddy.
The next real car which I drove was a beat up winter beater, a 1964 Mercury Parklane, it was not a bad car although the body was falling from the frame and it was very sucure by all means , I really should have junked it, but I drove it till I bought my 3rd vehicle, a 1969 GMC Wideside 6 foot box that I got for $2500.00 cert. I was a neat truck and I kept it for at least 6 to 10 years before giving it a way to my step son, who basically destroyed it, blew up the sweet 327 blue printed engine.
I bought a 1926 Ford T, roadster picup for a thousand bucks and restored it to a white jealopy in the early '80s. I decided I wanted a red touring like " My Mother the Car " and got another touring body, had made adjustment to the t-bucket frame to fit th touring body. I basically got it on the road 2001 and drove it in the summer for about 4 years. It isw a resto-rod, I still have it even though I can not drive it.
Car I wish I still had
I wish that I had my first Rolls-Royce although It was a pig on gas and very very costly to repair.
My dream car
My dream car, I don't really have one, but it would be a toss up between an older mid 60's Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow or a 1983 to 86 Cadillac Eldorado rag top. I do like the 1985 Cadillac rag tops , it would be able to fit in my garage I rent here for my Model T Touring.
Most likely I would say a 1983 to 86 Cadillac Eldorado Barittz convertible would do me quit well.
It has to be certified and running and very little to finish it off and withy a full rear continental kit, not that ugly looking thing that holds a tire on the back bumper either.
Car clubs I’m in
Cadillac Country Club, Rolls-Royce Owners Club, Cadillac Owners Club of Canada, Cadillac La Salle Club of United States,
I wish thir was a Chevy Truck Club for the '90s Chevy/GMC trucks.
- Type of racing: I'm not into reacing of any sort.
- Driver: Me
- Driving song: " I wanta Marry You, " by Bruno Mars.
- Car movie: American graffitti, I guess or the Untouchables.
- Car book: The Life and death of Henry Ford
- Car magazine: Old Auto's
- Car game: not really into games.
— Profile last updated: Aug 8, 2014
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