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Blipshift is back with its "96 hours of BS" sale starting right now and ending Monday, July 19, at 11:59 p.m. ET. If you've somehow managed to avoid Blipshift until now, it's time to give in to the hype. The brand offers brand-new, limited-run, car-based T-shirt designs every few days, and Autoblog has been collaborating with and fawning over them for years. We're always impressed with the designs offered by the quippiest brand in automotive-inspired apparel, and this sale is no different.
As always, these designs will only be available for a limited time, so if you see one you like, you'll have to pick it up before Monday night. This is a huge drop including 25 new and updated shirt designs, an awesome pair of coveralls, LED novelty lights to hang in your garage and more. Head over to their site to see the whole collection, but here are a few of our personal favorites below as well.
If you've got some toasted brakes after a track day, you know it must've been a fun one. Check out this grrrrrrreat new tee design combining one of our favorite childhood cereals with one of our favorite adulthood experiences.
This design is for the Datsun lovers out there. It features a beautiful image of the car positioned in front of the backdrop in a way that evokes the classic logo. We definitely think it's all dat.
The character parodied on this shirt should be immediately recognizable to anyone who has ever seen an episode of "Spongebob Squarepants." It takes inspiration from one of the most iconic memes to come from the show and splices the already traffic-cone-esque character's face onto an actual traffic cone. We imagine this is the expression most traffic cones would be making if they had faces.
This shirt is really more of a friendly reminder than anything. As the title says, treat it like a public service announcement. The message is simple: The left lane ain't for cruisin'.
For the music-minded out there, it can be fun to think of pedals as buttons on radio. The metaphor is pretty great as it not only includes the obvious stop and play buttons on the brake and gas pedals respectively, but also, the skip forward and skip backward buttons on the clutch pedal. Great touch.
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