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    Heemeyer's Mountain View Muffler Tri-Blend T-Shirt

    Marvin Heemeyer, a name etched in the annals of history for his unforgettable rampage through the heart of Granby, Colorado, aboard a modified Komatsu D355A bulldozer. This fateful event unfolded on June 4, 2004, and it's commonly known as the "Granby bulldozer rampage" or the "Killdozer incident."

    Marvin Heemeyer, a proud owner of Mountain View Muffler, a humble muffler and welding shop nestled in the heart of Granby, found himself embroiled in a relentless battle with local authorities and individuals over zoning disputes and business-related conflicts. Heemeyer firmly believed he'd been dealt an unfair hand by the town's government and local officials, convinced that his grievances remained unheard.

    In response to what he saw as ongoing injustices, Heemeyer embarked on a clandestine mission, dedicating months to fortify a bulldozer. He transformed it into a steel-clad behemoth, arming it with an array of formidable weapons, including firearms. On that fateful day, June 4, 2004, he piloted this formidable machine through Granby's streets, leaving in its wake a trail of devastation that included town hall, the local newspaper office, and several other structures.

    This harrowing episode ultimately concluded when the fortified bulldozer found itself lodged in the basement of a building, and Marvin Heemeyer took matters into his own hands.

    The impact of this incident rippled through Granby, capturing the attention of the nation and the world. It ignited discussions about the boundaries of local government authority, property rights, and the means by which a community addresses its grievances. The bulldozer rampage stands as a stark, tragic reminder of how a dispute between an individual and local authorities can escalate to a violent and destructive crescendo.

    The tri-blend fabric these shirts are constructed with creates a vintage, fitted look. And their extreme durability makes this t-shirt withstand repeated washings and still remain super comfortable. In fact, they get even more comfortable. They also long outlive the print, typically. It's not unheard of that these tri-blends simply keep returning to your trust tee drawer for over a decade. Don't believe me? The one I'm wearing right now tapping the keyboard in is over 8 years old and looks as charming as an afternoon stroll. 

    • 50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon
    • Fabric weight: 3.4 oz/yd² (115.3 g/m²)
    • Pre-shrunk for extra durability
    • 40 singles
    • Regular fit
    • Side-seamed construction

    Size guide

      LENGTH (inches) WIDTH (inches)
    S 28 18
    M 29 20
    L 30 22
    XL 31 24
    2XL 32 26
    3XL 33 28
    4XL 34 30
      LENGTH (cm) WIDTH (cm)
    S 71.1 45.7
    M 73.7 50.8
    L 76.2 55.9
    XL 78.7 61
    2XL 81.3 66
    3XL 83.8 71.1
    4XL 86.4 76.2

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