The New Mayday Garage Street Tee Version 2 Shirts Now In Stock!

You’ve asked a billion times when we would start selling shirts again, and now it’s time!

**On sale NOW!!**

At long last, our newest street tee shirt is finally for sale, and with the new shirts goes our newest design. Tiva Feltman claims that while wearing the Mayday Garage shirt, guys can’t help but stare at her shirt, and we agree! This classic black shirt will match pretty much anything you wear and has one teal Mayday Garage logo across the breast and another on the right sleeve. As with all other shirts we have sold in the past, we would never sell a shirt we wouldn’t wear, so that’s why we have once again chosen American Apparel for it’s high quality cotton shirts that feel oh-so-good on our girly, sensitive skin.
Made and printed in the USA


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Ricer X

On the Street: Danny’s Sex 15.

At Mayday Garage, we are all about that street style, that street culture. Wether it be rolling out together to grab some burgers from Underbelly, a few local brews from The Hay Merchant, or going to show up to Ricer Wednesdays to look at other rice rides, we like to do everything on the street. Resident ricer, Danny Barber might be known for Catalina or his stints at The Idlers games in Japan, he is known to us as one of the ultimate street ricers. A great example is his authentic Nissan Silvia S15, a car that he imported with serious body damage, he was able to completely strip the car, replace what was missing, build an S15 SR20DET and drop it in all in the confines of his own garage, including all body work.

Ricing up the streets, photo by Danh Phan

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Ricer X

Mind. Blown. Jorge’s Crazy Sick and Lightning Quick TechArt GT Street RS 911 GT2RS

Yeah, that’s a lot of adjectives and one super lengthy name for a car. If it were entirely up to me (which, let’s not kid ourselves, it is, but we have a lot of readers with short attention spans), I would have described it with no less than 15 different adjectives, because even then, it wouldn’t be enough to properly describe Jorge M’s fantastic TechArt GT Street RS 911 GT2RS.

Two words come to mind. What was it again? Oh yeah, "Holy Shit."

Jorge didn't really feel comfortable trusting a valet with his car, so he parked it the best way he knew how. Like a BOSS.

Admit it. You want it.