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I have purchased all 5 of the Thunderbird vehicle hoodies and they are great quality and came to the USA very quickly. I am an older guy (57) who loved watching the Champions, the Saint, Captain Scarlett, and the Thunderbirds on television here in NYC at 6AM in the late 1960's !! I got up early to go to our basement to watch on an old TV, by myself, so as not to wake anyone. All wonderful programs. I am happy that the Gerry Anderson genius has not been forgotten. Thunderbirds and Corgi toys and GI Joes and very basic Lego kept a super skinny, "Brains bespectacled", overly tall, poorly treated & abused awkward boy, happy through particularly tough childhood. Thank you and your family for helping me at that time period long ago. As I have written you prior, the only character who is badly represented is "Lady Penelope" and her iconic Rolls auto. Please improve this and I shall purchase her grey colored hoody as well. A much better marionette likeness and a good external 3/4 view of her car would be great. FAB 1 could be on the garment's back. While I have not purchased any so far, I do also like the bold colored stripe tea mugs for the few various Thunderbirds , and these should also be extended to all vehicles. My wife has been watching these with me on DVD for the first time and is amazed at the detail, proper grammar, subtle humor, and special effects given that it was 1964, and now understands why these shows have a very special place in my heart. You all have an amazing legacy. Years ago, I took my family to London from NYC on a ****** 747, which to my delight was named "Lady Penelope" and had an FAB tail prefix ! Richard Branson must have been a big fan as well ! Best Regards, Sincerely Thomas Tagliani DDS ( Please kindly give this to an appropriate Anderson family member)