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Marty Reid Race-Worn Racing SuitGo Back
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Presented is a desirable vintage NASCAR race-worn grayish blue fire suit from Marty Reid. He is an American television sportscaster who worked for ESPN from 1982 to 2013, covering motorsports for the network. Reid served as the network’s lead IndyCar Series and Indianapolis 500 announcer from 2006 until that year, and did lap-by-lap for ESPN’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series telacasts in 2010.
The suit features the ESPN Speed World logo across the main portion. His name, “Marty Reid” is embroidered on the chest in white thread. The suit features the Simpson manufacturer logo on the sleeve ends and right side of the chest with an American flag. The interior of jacket displays the proper professional Simpson label near the back collar. Reid autographed the front in blue felt tip pen (“9”). Overall, a nice display of race memorabilia.
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