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robinnicole1
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Authentic AC/DC T-Shirts??

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Today I went to a garage sale and ran into some older AC/DC shirts. The owner told me that he went to the concerts and purchased the shirts there. He stated the the raglan shirt is the oldest. But to me... the tag does not look that old. I don't know if they were purchased inside or outside the concert. ... are these shirts the real deal? Did I hit jackpot? Or is it a bust? ANY HELP IS GREATLY APPRECIATED! Thanks!
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Re: Authentic AC/DC T-Shirts??

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Story is probably true - concerts from the 90s. If I remember correctly Augusta is a 90s brand -
its not 70s. They were probably offering throwback merch. What's the pit to pit measurement?
Jimmy J

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Re: Authentic AC/DC T-Shirts??

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Thank you for your reply!

Augusta shirt
Pit to pit: 21"

Brockum shirt
Pit to pit: 23"

Do you think they are both repro? I would like to sell them.

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Re: Authentic AC/DC T-Shirts??

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Ballbreaker is original from 1995. The other one was probably bought at the same show. Still vintage now, but not 70s.
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