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With the overabundance of “Firefly” and “Dr. Who” inspired designs that show up on the daily t shirt sites, it’s cool to see a nod to a classic American television show such as Happy Days that almost anyone can identify with. Another Fine Tee‘s “Fonzarelli Motorcycle Co.” by Catch A Brick renders the surname of the coolest cat from Milwaukee in a logo treatment worthy of gracing a vintage British motorcycle fuselage.

As t shirts featured on Another Fine Tee are available for 72 hours and this design made it’s debut 09/04/12, Thursday (09/06/12) is the last day you’ll be able to pick up this design You better get outta here now before you miss it.

As a kid, I thought the Lamborghini Countach was the baddest sports car out there. When I was in Cub Scouts, my Pinewood Derby car was carved like a red one. When I was a teenager and into remote control cars, mine was shaped like a white one. I know I’m not the only one who had love for this Italian masterpiece. Man, I still think it’s an awesome car.

Worn Free recreates shirts worn by rock stars from the 1960s and 1970s. Rod Stewart wore this one in 1977 in LA. The printed tag of every Worn Free shirt features an image of a legendary artist wearing the original shirt, the date it was worn, and the venue. It looks like this shirt is no longer available in the Worn Free online store, but you can pick up this red version at Palmer Cash.