This spring, Levi’s and Fender, two of America’s most iconic brands, pay tribute to the origins of Hot Rod culture through a set of handmade, one-of-a-kind items as part of the Levi’s Vintage Clothing Hot Rod exhibit. Featured in this collection is a replica of a 1957 Stratocaster that has been painstakingly built and relic-ed by Fender Custom Shop’smaster builder John Cruz to portray many years of hard wear and play — in and out of the garage. In addition to the guitar, LVC also created a clothing capsule, inspired by an outfit a Hot Rodder would have worn while working on engines or jamming with friends. Stay tuned for a closer look into the collection.
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