2001 CASEY ATWOOD LIMITED EDITION SWEAT SHIRT
MOTION UNLIMITED MUSEUM & ANTIQUE CAR LO
Rapid City, SD 57702
NEW Limited Edition (Only 3,000) of these commemorative Castrol Oil Company Sweat Shirts were made. We have original packaging, the Certificate of Authenticity, and the letter they sent us. Was only taken out to photograph.
WORLD FAMOUS Artist Richard Wallich, was commissioned by Castrol to design a "Special Commission" Castrol Motorsports Sweatshirt. ONLY 3,000 were made. SIZE IS 2XL.
Castrol sent this Sweat Shirt to us in 2001, as a special promotion for some limited edition jackets that Castrol was offering. However, they ran out of the jackets, but in order to fulfill their commitment, they had these sweatshirts made since we qualified for a jacket.
So, this is a pretty rare collectible. Selling For $30. Could be shipped, for additional cost, of $10.00, in the lower 48 states. Your check would have to clear before I would ship.
Here is some info about Casey Atwood.
Casey Atwood first appeared on the NASCAR scene in 1996 during a Craftsman Truck Series race, at the age of 16. He would not reappear until 1998, when he raced in the NASCAR Busch Series. He won a pole position at Nashville Speedway USA. He went on to finish second in his first Busch Series race at only the age of 17, making him the youngest driver ever to win a Busch Series pole. By the end of 1998 he had won two poles and 5 top 20's in 11 races.
In 1999, he joined the Brewco Motorsports #27 Castrol team for his first full season in the NASCAR Busch Series. He became the youngest winner in Busch Series History when he won at the Milwaukee Mile at the age of 18. He won another race at Dover and acquired two poles. He finished 1999 with two wins, five top 5's and nine top 10's. He finished 13th in points. 2000 proved to be another good year for him, as he managed to have two poles and 8 top 10's, finishing 8th in points.