FiberGlassics Club Store
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To purchase a 2016 calendar only, click on the button below. You will then be redirected to Authorize.net's secure site. You may purchase as many as you like, all shipping and handling is included. Free bumper stickers are included, while supplies last.
3'' x 10'' Bumper sticker style with the original 1998 FiberGlassics® motto, "Keeping the spirit of "Classic Glass" Alive".
3'' x 10'' Bumper sticker style with the original 1998 FiberGlassics® motto, "Keeping the spirit of "Classic Glass" Alive". This is a limited edition run (if we sell out we'll get more though) so own a piece of Glassic history! - These are made with Oracal 4 mil adhesive vinyl material, are durable, water resistance and UV resistance. Made in the U.S.A. All proceeds help support this site.
The Official FiberGlassics t-shirt! 2012 Edition features the 1957 Lone Star Meteor. 100% Cotton, USA made and screen printed.
- 6.1 Oz. High quality heavy weight fabric
- 100% pre-shrunk cotton
- Open-end yarn
- Full cut specs
- Taped shoulder to shoulder
- Two needle sleeve and bottom hem
- Cotton grown, havested, spun, knitted, cut and sewn in the USA
- T-shirt will be screen printed with water based ink
- Men's are Natural colored (some fibers visible), Sizes Men's S M L XL 2XL ($2 more) and 3XL ($3 more)
- Women's only in white XS S M L XL 2XL and 3XL (no upcharge)
Boats in the Belfry DVD featuring KevFin Mueller
This DVD is the ‘must have’ information for anyone interested in collecting, restoring or learning about these wild looking boats. Relatively few people know about the rare limited production or “one-off” boats built from 1950 to 1970. KevFin as he has come to be known, began collecting quite early in the game and finding boats that no one else has found. His collection is one of several Midwestern collections but the only one that contains the rarest of the rare boats, like the “Eschelman Rocket” and the “Bat Boat” prototype. A natural born lecturer, Kevin’s presentation to the Antique Boat Center covers the basics and explains why some of the boats are VERY sought-after. With videographer, VideoBob Whiteside, Kevin traveled to record some video features about rare boats and the people who designed them. Includes the
early Fiberglassics.com Rockford boat run.