A jacket in the Brickell Classic Collection from the late 1930s is being auctioned off for the first time.
The jacket is an original vintage racing green with a matching jacket in a modern black, red and blue design.
It is part of the BIC collection.
The jacket was made by the British Racing Jackets company in London from 1935 through to the 1950s.
The company’s chief executive, Lord James Maclean, told the Daily Mail that the jacket was originally made for racing at the time of the Second World War.
The vintage racing jackets were popular in the 1930s, but they are more likely to be found at auction.
The jackets can be seen in a lot of different places, and they are often bought as a gift for friends and family, said Maclean.
It’s important to keep in mind that the jackets are not officially sanctioned for racing.
They are still made by companies that operate on a legal basis.
A number of them have been used by the royal family.
They were used by Queen Elizabeth II, for example, when she was Queen of England.