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With this mechanic overall you are perfectly and stylishly dressed.
This racing and mechanic overall captures the style of the late 40s and 50s exactly and is the ideal car hobby companion. Whether in the workshop or at classic car meetings, with this retro overall you are guaranteed a stylish appearance.
The retro work overall is based on the design of the 40s and early 50s. Instead of zips, this suit is still closed with buttons. Apart from the small belt buckle, there are no metal fasteners on the coverall; so the valuable paintwork of your vintage car remains safely protected from scratches. The fabric belt can be replaced by your own belts. An old worn leather belt enhances the look of the overall wonderfully.
- This elegant mechanic suit is a unisex model and can therefore be worn as a ladies' overall or a men's overall.
- Due to the removable belt, the suit can also be worn looser.
- We deliver this overall in the colours white, light blue, camel and black, the fabric is made of 100% cotton.
- A great, durable quality and the generous cut ensure maximum freedom of movement.
Available in 5 sizes: X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large.
This corresponds approximately to men's sizes 46, 48, 50, 52 and 54.
In the table you will find more data on the individual sizes.
|upper arm width||44||46||48||50||50|
Please note: In the "small" sizes, the arm and leg lengths can easily be adjusted. The alteration can be done very cheaply in almost any alteration tailor's shop.
What we currently cannot do: Big sizes and overalls with a "reserve tank" are in preparation. We would like to offer overalls with a larger waistband in 2022.
This mechanic's overall is a tribute to drivers like Giuseppe "Nino" Farina, the first Formula 1 world champion in history. Nino Farina was a nephew of car designer Battista Farina (Pininfarina) and started his racing career in 1933 with an Alfa Romeo.
He won the 1948 Monaco GP in his private Maserati, and together with Luigi Fagioli and Juan Manuel Fangio he formed the "Team of the Three Big Fs".
In 1950, Farina secured the first Formula One World Championship with three Grand Prix victories ahead of Juan Manuel Fangio.
Our respect goes to the drivers and their mechanics. Together they have written automotive racing history.
With the mechanic overalls from VINTAGEDRIVER, a little bit of this racing atmosphere comes back into our modern times.
We produce these mechanics' overalls in very small quantities. We use certified organic cotton. The cotton is dyed according to our specifications. The exclusivity in production has a corresponding price. We set a very high value on good and precise work in the sewing room. We have selected lining fabrics and buttons with love and care. We are happy to supply buttons if required.
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