Brand new Squire Shop themed t-shirts are once again available, which each based on original designs from the 70's and 80's. You can order them in the MARKETPLACE section on this website, get yours today before they to "SELL OUT".
Shirts are $25 if you buy one, $40 if you buy two (plus @10 USPS Priority Mail shipping).
Do you wish you still had that old Squire Shop shirt from years ago?
Well, now you can relive those memories with our brand new throwback edition t-shirts based on the actual vintage shirts. You can order them in red or white, but are in limited quantity and only available in the following meme sizes: L, XL, and XXL.
They are $25 each, or two for $40. You can learn more at our Marketplace section of this website. And don't forget about our restoration team patches and commemorative button sets as well!
Well gang, i finally made the jump and decided to create a Squire Shop Racing page to support this website. i will utilize the website as more of a reference tool going forward, and the Facebook page as a more "real time" outlet for Squire news.
There has been a lot of little things getting worked on for the project, and some of it is started to show some results from all the hard work of the crew. The internal hardware is taking shape, and the wiring and plumbing will be coming soon. We contracted out some welding to be done, and what has come back so far has been outstanding. John and Steve continue their work on the hull, while Tim has been working on the engine. Brad continues to do his thing on the fiberglass components, and the rest of the crew is helping out and getting stuff done in support. Great job team!
By the way......
Do you guys remember when we got those 2 salvaged drivers cowling pieces from Evansville a little over a year ago? Well..............thanks to Scott Raney from the u-11 team, they have been spliced back into a new cowling.
After some early on excitement crossing paths with a deer on the way towards Indiana, Jerry finally made it back safe to Seattle this past Friday. Bob Steil was on hand at the Hydroplane & Raceboat Museum to greet Jerry upon his arrival, and Bob was impressed and pleased with the trailer we acquired for The Squire Shop.
Overall, I would rate the trailers current condition to be 9/10......so it's pretty nice and we are excited. There are a few minor things we want to "fix", but it will be a worthy trailer to this project for sure. We will need to completely go through it "inside and out" to evaluate what may need some attention, but on the surface everything looks pretty good.
Here are some close up pictures from a variety of angles.............you be the judge.