T-Shirt Braniff Sheppard Collection 1971 727 Braniff Place Gray
MADE IN THE USA for BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL. The 1971 727 Braniff Place High Wide and Handsome Widebody Interior Look is perfectly depicted with this classic T-Shirt, which is available in Medium, Large, XL, XXL and 3XL. In 1975, the fleet 727 dubbed Flying Colors to honor Master Artist Alexander Calder's painting of a Braniff 727-291 to celebrate America's 200th Birthday Celebration during 1976. All four of Braniff's new 1971 Geddis/Harper and George Two Tone Color Schemes are colorfully represented with this all-cotton t-shirt from the Elizabeth A. Sheppard Braniff International T-Shirt Collection.
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In 1971, Braniff International became the first airline to adopt "widebody look" interiors for its Boeing 727 fleet. Braniff's Trijet fleet became known as 727 Braniff Place and the new interior remodel was dubbed High Wide and Handsome Wide Body Look Interiors. This striking new look included a higher ceiling. sculptured ceiling and window panels, enclosed overhead compartments with flush-mounted PSU's (passenger service units), and indirect lighting. The promotion "727 Braniff Place" was used to publicize this marketing effort. This impressive shirt is screened on a 100% cotton stonewashed blue/gray shirt. All of our classic T-Shirts feature either Hanes, Gildan or Fruit of the Loom cotton fabrics.