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Celebrate your love of any vehicle with an Amazon shirt

Twitter user @GreatIsTheWorld discovered something wonderful today. Over on, you can enter any make and model followed by “shirt” and the site will autogenerate custom t-shirts. We’re talking about any vehicle here. The results are hilarious, so prepare to waste time while you’re also laughing your ass off.


Autoweek’s Rory Carroll replied to the original tweet with an offering for Duesenberg fans. And Car Twitter has gone on a run from there.

Go try it out for yourself. Share your best shirts in the comments below. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to buy shirts for all of my Mahindra, Talbot, Tucker, and Lancia-owning friends and family.

Sadly, there’s no shirt for KV Mini 1 owners. Weird…

Oh and if you want to buy actually good shirts, you can always hit our shop:

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19 responses to “Celebrate your love of any vehicle with an Amazon shirt”

  1. Maymar Avatar

    There’s something about the specificity of this [generic] shirt (really, all of the super generic ones, you know, the “Left-handed people named Olaf who’ve been to Branson, MO 3 times are the best people!” kinda shirts) that stands out.

    It is true though, I am distracted by dogs, and also would be distracted by a Lada Samara.

    1. neight428 Avatar

      The syntax catches me too. Would the dogs be in the Lada, or just milling around it.

  2. mdharrell Avatar

    “Sadly, there’s no shirt for KV Mini 1 owners.”

    Neither “American Microcar Tri-Ped” nor “HMV Freeway” combined with “shirt” works, either, which suggests that Amazon’s algorithm has a more sophisticated sense of what constitutes a vehicle than I do.

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Our AI overlords are looking for a certain degree of interior space and reliable operation?

    2. 0A5599 Avatar

      There are no KV Mini 1 owners, just caretakers to preserve them for future generations.

      To the extent possible, at least.

  3. neight428 Avatar

    The collective psychosis in such a marriage would put a counselor’s twins through grad school…

  4. Fuhrman16 Avatar

    The three best I’ve come up with are “Nobody is perfect…but if you drive a Simca 1100 you’re pretty close”, “All I care about is my Renault 18…and like maybe 3 three people”, and “Don’t wait for the perfect Hyundai Excel, take the Hyundai Excel and make it perfect”.

    1. Maymar Avatar

      The first thing I thought of was the Hyundai Stellar, and the “don’t wait for the perfect…” one was the only hit for it.

  5. Zentropy Avatar

    Wow! In college, I drove a white 1971 AMC Matador sedan with blue interior. So naturally, I used it as my experiment on the Amazon search algorithm. Surprisingly, it returned this:

    Who is going to buy such a thing, if not me? Well, I may get it just for fun. It’s only $19.

  6. GTXcellent Avatar

    um, not every vehicle – I’m always on the hunt for shirts for the MiSSus and was actually quite interested in this story – and not just for silliness in trying to get a Plymouth Cricket or Daewoo Lanos shirt.

    SS, Chevrolet SS, 2016 Chevrolet SS – all of them will only return Chevelle, Impala, Camaro or Nova results. Stupid GM and their idiotic naming…

    1. Zentropy Avatar

      Take it as a sign that you’re long overdue on re-badging that car as a Holden Commodore.

    2. Andrew Pierce Avatar
      Andrew Pierce

      Gotta limit those keywords to prevent hate crimes, especially if you can get it on a brown shirt.

  7. ConstantReader Avatar

    Doesn’t work for Mercedes Benz 560SEC or CL55 AMG. Sad…