Retropilot stickers are made in California using an old-school printing method called Screen-Printing.
Screen-printing is a time-consuming art form that requires a meticulous approach to detail and quality. You can't simply press "Print" on a computer, as many of the steps of the screen-print process are still done by hand!
All up, it takes about two weeks to print a new batch of Retropilot stickers.
Hardly anyone prints this way anymore because of the extra set-up costs involved, but the end result is absolutely worth the extra effort.
New to the Retropilot store are high quality 'hard enamel' pins. They are highly polished, wonderfully detailed, and incredibly beautiful.
The process of creating a new batch of enamel pins is a combination of man and machine, with many of the steps still required to be completed by hand. All up, it takes about three weeks to produce a new batch of enamel pins.
No expense has been spared to bring you something truly unique and collectable!