08-20-2006, 11:14 PM
Found the shirt on ebay for $30 shipped from the UK and the shoes on clearance at Finish Line for $20....
The shoes happen to match the shirt almost perfectly, and I'll either look really serious at the next auto-x, or like a complete tool. [hihi]
I'm starting to buy some weird crap to go along with my car. [rofl]
08-21-2006, 02:22 AM
hahahaha I think it'd be hilarious :D I'm not into the clothing and all, but if I saw you at an auto-x drivin an SVT I'd laugh and root for yah ;) You look like you should be part of a pit crew tearing off window tears ;) I like it though looks good :D I also love the car...get some pics next to the car not just the shoes on top of it ;) Also don't mess up the paint puttin those shoes on there ;P lol jj man jj
08-21-2006, 02:36 AM
you'll look like a tool.....but one who's really serious about being toolish.
Shirt looks good, I just dont like blue and yellow though, if it were blue and silver, then itd look good.
MY general driving apparell consists of a T-Shirt, some jeans, and my newer tennies,
08-21-2006, 04:28 AM
Originally posted by avengerc4
I also love the car...get some pics next to the car not just the shoes on top of it ;)
Oh, I have one but I'm not about to post it. [rofl]
I normally wear a tshirt and tennis shoes as well, but I thought "wtf, why not have some fun." [:D]
08-21-2006, 04:33 AM
That's awesome! That shirt is stylin'! [thumb]
08-21-2006, 02:50 PM
I considered getting those Reeboks too. They look sweet and must be great for driving.
I feel that most tennis shoes don't give me enough pedal feel for threshold braking, heel-toe shifting, etc. My driving shoes are an old pair of Steve Maddens with the sole removed. I make sure that there is very little material between my foot and the pedal.