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Posted by No Name on February 05, 2001 at 10:03:26:

In Reply to: I want to make LTW flag decal in other colors-- posted by can anyone help? (m) Manoj on February 04, 2001 at 23:39:32:


I have a cosmos black '97 that's just coming out of the shop in the next few days with new paint on the nose and hood. I thought this might be a good time to put a motorsport decal on the front left corner like the LTW. Obviously, though, the original colors will not work with my car. I was wondering if I could get a new one made using an original as a template. Perhaps shades of silver or even gloss black (I saw a painted gloss black flag over the cosmos once, subtle and very cool.) My questions are:
1) What material--vinyl? Will I be able to put a coat of clear over vinyl? What material could I paint over to give added protection against chips and such?
2) Anyone know where I can get an original decal, unmounted, to trace, copy, or even xerox? I know where to buy, but don't want an extra LTW decal on my hands.
Thanks for your input. If the above doesn't pan out, I could have one painted on, but I'd still need a template.
--Manoj
'97 Cosmos 2dr, dove grey interior
80% tint back half
Dinan S/C
Pirelli 245/35/18's
BBS/RC polished 8.5 x 18 rims
Fischer stainless brake lines, foliatech red calipers
Euro floating rotors
Lightweight spoiler lips
Lightweight flywheel
Custom-shortened UUC/BLS SS, ACS knob
Supersprint exhaust with DTM's
X-brace
JTD transmission crossmember w/race bushings
Bilstein sport shocks
H&R sport springs
RD sway bar set
Ground Control rear shock mounts
Pioneer Optical Digital Reference System
12 disc changer
Dynaudio 3-ways in front
Boston Acoustics 3" center channel
Canton coax's in rear
(2) Macintosh 4x100 watt amps
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