Shelby’s Way Mercury Coupe Patch
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The Shelby's Way Hot Rod Collection.
100% of Proceeds Go To Bringing Awareness To Suicide Prevention.
Beautiful cars and brilliant artwork make awesome Velcro backed patches. These were drawn by Guy Peters from a classic, well-known show car! A 1951 Mercury Coupe also known as the “Dragon Lady” was built in 1981 by Bob Nitti from New Jersey. His son Bob Nitti Jr. laid the paint and scallop graphics, and the pin striping is by Nicky Rorro. This Merc has wrapped up over 100 Builders Choice Awards and is now owned by Bill Holzhause here right here in Lexington, Kentucky. If you are nearby, you might catch it at the Shelby's Way Hot Rod Hullabaloo show in the fall.
Size: 5.5″ x 3"
Full Embroidery and Velcro Backed
Only 105 Made
Hand Numbered Art Card Included
No Limit Per Order
$12 Plus Tracked Shipping
Released December 19 at 8pm EST
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About Shelby's Way:
Shelby's Way is a 501c3 non-profit centered in Lexington, KY that brings awareness to suicide prevention. Lower 48 Outfitters is proud to partner with Shelby's Way, and 100% of the profits on the "Shelby's Way Hot Rods Collection" will go straight to the non-profit. For more information about Shelby's Way, please visit www.shelbysway.com.
How will your donation be used?
1. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE - they financially help with everyday needs to give less fortunate people a second chance.
2. ACCESS TO MENTAL HEALTH - they financially assist with mental healthcare services to those that cannot afford it.
3. FUNERAL ASSISTANCE - they pay for funeral expenses when the tragedy of suicide occurs.
4. COMMUNITY EVENTS - they organize community events and educational programs to share about suicide prevention.
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