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Old 04-23-2011, 01:51 PM
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Decal reproduction??

I have a 1955 Roof rack for my 56 Wagon. It is the wood and aluminum, suction cup style. Anyway, my wood is bad and is being replaced. Problem is their is a sticker on the wood and I want to replace it, but it is no longer made. I have a photo of the original sticker. Does anyone know the best way to reproduce it from the Photo???




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How about something along this line. http://customstickermakers.com/ .


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Thanks Cole, I think that might work!!!!!
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Thanks Cole, I think that might work!!!!!
If not they do have build your own kit's out there that are weather/uv resistible.



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