Customs: Where to buy decals?

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  1. SonRay

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    I was wondering if anyone knew where to buy decals for model cars. You know the kind, like tuner car/sports car sponsor decals that either stick on or slide on with water?

    Id like to be able to buy some without having to buy a whole, expensive model kit which in my area is the only way id get them.

    If you know of a reputable site that sells such things please let me know. Ive tried looking myself and had no joy.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Codimus Prime

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    You could always find the "do it yourself kits." Testors makes one. That way you totally get what you want!
     
  3. SonRay

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    And where do i find those? Bear in mind there are no hobby shops that stock such things in my area.
     
  4. hXcpunk23

    hXcpunk23 The Chaos Bringer

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    Ebay:
    Probably the Testors site, but I'm not sure how much the shipping would be for you. Wish I could be more help with it, but I'm not sure who might have them.
     
  5. SonRay

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    Hmm i just checked the testors site and they don't have anything. Only stuff to make your own with which is no good for me.
     
  6. TTT

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    Try www.slixx.com they've been making water slide decals for over 10 years not sure about Tuners but check out their contingency decal sets - that might help.
    Most sets are 1/24 scale.

    P.S. don't let their crappy pics fool you, these sets are better than what comes in model kits.
     
  7. Bryan

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    if you go onto repro labels they can make a set for you in whatever style you want, you will have to get 2 sets and itll probably cost about $25 butconsidering your english aswell that should translate to be quite cheap and you could probably sell the other set of decals to make up a bit of the cash
     

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