Reproduction Decals

     Decals you can make at home!

The whole point of this is to enjoy, run, smash your cars and be able to fix them easily and cheaply at home. Protect your original bodies and decal sets and run these instead when they wear out print out new ones and freshen up your body.

Each decal set was re-created in Adobe illustrator to produce a very clean reproduction that you cannot get from a scanned original decal due to the half tone and dot from offset printing.

I use white or clear Avery label decal sheets you can buy at staples. then i use Avery lamination sheets and i laminate on top of the printed decal to protect the printing and make cutting the decals out easier. the lamination sheets protect the decals very well add a glossy look and allow you to handle the cars without fear of ink transfer or wearing the decals out.

Avery® 5353 full shipping labels

Avery Letter Size Self-Adhesive Laminating Sheets 73601


Waterproof Over-Lamiate sheets

Inkjet Silver Metallic Film

The Waterproof Over-Lamiate sheets work even better then the Avery Laminating Sheets. Either one is good the Avery sheets are easier to obtain.

The Avery Full page Clear Labels work Amazingly well over white colored areas where you want the decals less visable. on a dark color these decals tend to get lost so it is better to use white decal paper and trim back as close to the color as possible. you can get amazing results better then the original decals.

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