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    Marty Robbins Racing Outfit (Jumpsuit). When Marty Robbins died in 1982, he left behind an immense legacy including 94 charting Country hits. His recordings were as diverse, musically, as was Marty's life. He was a country star and his music crossed over into the pop market. He was an actor, a race car driver, and a favorite of fans around the world. This Hinchman racing suit has Goodyear patches on the front and back of the suit, plus Marty Robbins' name sewn on the left front. This suit was made in Indianapolis from the early to mid-1970s, and Robbins wore this suit while he was driving for Spartanburg car owner Cotton Ownes. The script of how Marty's name is sewn on the suit dates its creation. In the early 1980s, a more generic stitching was instituted. The suit has been cut at the left wrist that continues up and goes down to the waist. Other than this defect, the jumpsuit is in excellent condition. A wonderful combination of Country Music/Auto Racing Memorabilia.

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    Sep-Oct, 2004
    30th-1st Thursday-Friday
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