Vintage Showa Era JDM Japan Suzuki Jumpsuit Coveralls Tsunagi Light Blue

Designer: Suzuki

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Size: L

SKU SUZ-008C

Authentic, rare, and hard-to-find vintage Showa Era Japan Suzuki Technical Staff mechanic jumpsuit. This collectible garment was purchased in Japan and is unavailable in the United States. It is uncommon and highly sought-after by collectors and enthusiasts of Japanese culture. This authentic jumpsuit is a must-have for any fan of Suzuki motorsports or Japanese automotive history.

Suzuki's motorsports journey began in 1951, when the company's first motorcycle, the Colleda, bravely faced the grueling Isle of Man TT races. While victory eluded them that day, the spirit of competition was ignited, setting the stage for Suzuki's remarkable ascent to motorsports greatness.

The year 1962 marked a turning point, as Suzuki secured its maiden Grand Prix victory in the 50cc class, courtesy of the legendary Ernst Degner. This breakthrough unleashed a wave of success, propelling Suzuki to the forefront of motorcycle racing, where it has clinched numerous championships and established itself as an indomitable force. Suzuki's motorsports prowess extends beyond motorcycles, as the company has made significant contributions to automotive racing as well. In 1963, Suzuki made its mark in the Formula One World Championship, showcasing its engineering prowess and unwavering commitment to innovation.

Suzuki's automotive racing triumphs include victories in the World Rally Championship and the Paris-Dakar Rally, demonstrating the versatility and performance of its automobiles. At the heart of Suzuki's motorsports success lies its unwavering passion for innovation and performance. The company has consistently pushed the boundaries of technology, developing cutting-edge engines, chassis designs, and aerodynamic features that have given its vehicles a competitive edge.

Condition: Retro Used

Color: Light Blue

Please understand that retro items might have slight imperfections due to wear and long-term storage.

Measurements L
Total Width 60cm
Inseam 76cm
Shoulder Width 54cm
Sleeve Length 52cm
Total Length 152cm

General sizes in Japan tend to run smaller than the US sizing. Vintage Japanese apparel runs smaller than current Japanese sizing. We recommend using our measurements on each product to be sure you are choosing the size that fits you the best.

Note: All measurements are taken while the product is laying flat on a surface.


Size Chart Conversion:

JP S US XS
JP M US S
JP L US M
JP 2L US L
JP 3L US XL
JP 4L US XXL

 

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Reasons for pre-order:

Inventory is in stock, located in Japan, and is being prepared to be shipped to the United States.

Some items in Japan have not been released yet, but we have access to stock the item when available.

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