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    1/16 scale fender sponsor decals

    I just finished a new body in the old blue/yellow Dale Earnhardt - Wrangler #3. It looks pretty good, I think. I just wish I had pressed the hood decal a little harder. I put them on the inside and some of the paint found its way underneath some of the letters.

    Anyway, I am looking for the NASCAR style sea of decals for the fender. Would 1/10 scale be too big?

    http://imageshack.us/g/193/img1232ad.jpg/
    Last edited by fast_til_crash; 02-22-2012 at 06:35 PM.

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    I just realized that this is in the wrong place.. oops.

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    THAT LOOKS AWESOME!! Where did you get the masks for the 3 and the wrangler? I've always been an earnhardt fan and i'd love to do a body like that!
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    what about the stickers that come with the new monster jam? they are sponsor decals, and small

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skitlerz View Post
    THAT LOOKS AWESOME!! Where did you get the masks for the 3 and the wrangler? I've always been an earnhardt fan and i'd love to do a body like that!
    My Brother does sign work and has a vinyl cutting machine. The limited selection of scrap vinyl that he has available didn't perfectly match my paint colors but its pretty close. I am thinking of adding an external hood decal to correct the bleed-thru.

    Earnhardt was one of a kind and its been proven, since his death, that he is impossible to replace. I don't really watch NASCAR much anymore but this was #3s paint scheme when I began watching. My first fav' was Cale Yarborogh(sp?),, he retired and it was all Earnhardt after that.

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    1/10 would be a little big probably, If you have a slot car shop or track, there stuff is 1/24 scale, might be a little small, but would still look pretty good. Also if you pick and choose witch decals you use from 1/10 set there are some in there that are pretty small. Nice looking paint job, good work.

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