Long before he was making sports cars Lamborghini was making tractors. During world war 2 the retreating Nazis destroyed every tractor they could find, bitter they hoped to hurt the Italian people and advancing American's by invoking a famine. Ferruccio lamborghini was a skilled mechanic who was hired by the American's and soon saw a need to make tractors and farm equipment, so he got to work frankensteining farm machinery together out of broken or destroyed war machines for local farmers. He was so good at it that after the war he started making his own designs and was quickly challenging the big Italian manufacturers for dominance of Italy's tractor industry.
The R904 was the 1970's Lamborghini tractor that could do it all. It had a powerful 90hp diesel inline 4 cylinder engine, optional all wheel drive, and was devilishly handsome in only the way a square body can be. This design is inspired by the modern square design mixed with 70's modernist lighting techniques.
Contemporary fit. The tri-blend fabric creates a vintage look. Extreme durability makes this t-shirt withstand repeated washings and still remain super comfortable all while being lightweight (50% polyester/25% combed ring-spun cotton/25% rayon).