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All Forty&Deuce exclusive designs are printed on an exceptionally soft, quality, 100% ring spun cotton men’s t-shirt. Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed*

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    • 100% ringspun combed cotton
    • Ribbed collar with Lycra®
    • Taped neck and shoulders
    • Tubular body (3XL to 5XL have side seams)
    • Twin needle sleeves and hem
    • 60°C wash

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With arms down at sides, measure around the upper body, under arms and over the fullest part of the chest.

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Cool and Interesting Facts About The VW Campervan (AKA Kombi AKA Samba)

Ah the VDub Kombi, from the original T1 and the famous T2 all the way through to the newest model, this iconic piece of machinery and art is up there alongside the great and most famous VW’s ever, including the Beetle. With the rapidly growing trend of campervan holidays, and glamping we only see it fit to pay homage to the Kombi. Here's 15 cool and interesting facts about a lump of metal which can't help to put a smile on your face.

Celebrities love em! You can always judge the iconic status of a vehicle by the number of celebrity owners ... the VW Camper doesn’t disappoint!  Celebrity owners include chef Jamie Oliver, motoring legends Jensen Button and Richard Hammond, and musicians Roger Daltry, Pete Townshend and Robbie Williams.
    

Put all the campervans ever built end to end and the resulting traffic jam would stretch around the world with ease. In the first year of production, 9,541 were built.
    
When it was first released the original VW Campervan cost between $1250-$1900 (£850-£1300), today one would set you back closer to $44,000-$58,700 (£30,000-£40,000). Split screens can reach $100,000
    
Light blue is the most popular colour with around 20% of T2 Campervans this desirable hue, this is also the most popular colour across the VW range.
    
The original Kombi was fitted with a pretty. Hopeless, air-cooled  engine just 0.2 of a litre larger than the tiny VW Up! With its 1.2litre.
    
Original VW campers had a maximum speed of 104 km/h (65mph), the new T6 California can reach almost twice that at around 193km/h (120mph).
    
In the hit TV show Lost, the ‘DHARMA Initiative group’ used several VDub vans to transport supplies and people around the Island.

In 2011, Lego released a special edition campervan set complete with a split front screen, surf-style décor and rock & roll bed.

The world’s last factory producing Kombis closed a lot later than you'd think. Stricter safety regulations forced the factory based in Brazil to cease production on 31st December 2013

In 1968, the ‘Splittie’, the first design of the camper, was superseded by the ‘Bay’.

in March 1950 the first T2 Campervan went on sale after being revealed in November 1949 at the Geneva motor show.

50 people squeezed into a VW Campervan on 5th September 2015, setting a world record. Comfort Insurance (UK) achieved the feat, in Malvern, UK at Busfest (a VW Van Festival).

Volkswagen Kombi owners have decorated their rides in some very interesting ways, none more than the Samba that took ‘flower power’ to heart, being completely covered in flowers! Of course the windows aren’t floral, they’re hippies not idiots…

Whether you love the idea of the outdoors, being one with nature, or more of the city-goer, the Volkswagen Camper is loved all, with an adaption for every need. Owning a VW and travelling the country & stopping off at the hotspots for these rolling wonders, is a dream come true. The charm, permeates even the coldest of hearts and we implore each and every one of you to show the love and throw this rip-snorting samba in the basket.


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