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Go & Aero

by Ron Peters
Like Wilbur and Orville, these chaps knew a thing or two about wings n' things. The only difference is that the brothers wanted to shoot for the sky while the racing chaps were a bit more grounded. Simulations in aero tunnels are great and all, but sometimes you gotta just get out on track and wing it.
Shirt Color: Purple Craze
Sale ended: 04-11-2019
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Artist Specs
  • Name: Ron Peters
  • Location: Long Beach, CA
  • Website/FB: RP Design
Artist Profile
Ron Peters is a product designer and artist residing in Southern California. His love of all things vintage motors, 2 wheel and 4 wheel, run the gamut from built-in-the-garage ‘Merican hot rods to Euro-werks race monsters. When not chained to his desk running RP Design, he can be found wrenching on his old Porsche, snapping photos at the local cars-n-coffee, swap meet or car show or catching a tasty wave at the local break. If you like his work, check out his site above.