Authenticity, is what sets M&P Speed Shop apart from the competition. Founded in 2007 by enthusiast Michael Satterfield, the brand strives to tell a story with each garment. Each design is pinned in an over 110 year old barn, that for generations, was used a shop, where old Ford V8s would get tuned up and warmed over. That old barn is in a small town, swallowed up by the big city, where on the weekends everyone would cruise out to the A&W on Holt and test their new speed parts on an old two-lane farm road. The barn stands as a reminder of those days, and that energy is funneled into each and every garment we make. We don’t pretend to be from LA or New York, we are not about fake bios, made up legends, or false history, and that authenticity we strive to put into each and every product. We don’t just make apparel, we build cars, race, and ride. You can find M&P project vehicles at the SEMA show, or on the pages of automotive magazines.
Using the best globally sourced materials, each garment is finished by an M&P employee in Southern, California, this allows us to provide our customers with some of the best quality products on the market. Each design has a story behind it, a real person, place, or event that inspired it. Working with some of the most iconic brands in the automotive world, like Shelby American, Barris Kustom City, Driving with the Devil adds depth and history to the entire M&P line.
Due to the unique printing processes and hand dyed tees (premium products), no two M&P shirts are exactly alike, making each tee a one of a kind piece of wearable art.