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Old 11-13-2012, 04:33 PM
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Originally Posted by wwddww34
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I would like a set of these stickers too please.
there was someone at the southern nats with that paint scheme
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Originally Posted by rescue119
there was someone at the southern nats with that paint scheme
There was? I took pictures and filmed every VTA that raced at the Southern Nationals and I did not see one car painted like a Ken Epsman Dodge Challenger. There were a handful of cars with Carl Seils' stickers on them.
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For some inspiration on VTA paint jobs, take a look at these 2 pics.

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i saw a pic somewhere recently around here maybe i was wrong

oh this is where i saw it lol

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...t-2-a-172.html down the bottom
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Originally Posted by rescue119
i saw a pic somewhere recently around here maybe i was wrong

oh this is where i saw it lol

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...t-2-a-172.html down the bottom
Thats real trans am racing....not rc
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:09 PM
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Thanks for the suggestion.

I have a couple of projects right now. I'll have to see what I can come up with.

I'll post something once i'm finished.

Originally Posted by DontChangeUSVTA
Hello CSeils, I looked through all of your stickers posted on this thread and I couldn't find a set for Ken Epsman's 1970 Dodge Challenger.

Could you make a sticker sheet for Ken's No. 77 Challenger using the pics below?


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Carl, I sent you an email and a PayPal payment for 2 sheets.
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Hexagon and Diagonal Grill Patterns

8.5" x 11" sheet. External application. Cut to shape and apply.

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Many THANKS Carl for the custom decals you have made for me!!!
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Default RC Manufacturing Logos

Manufactures decals I have printed for various people.

Colors can vary per customer request.

Printed on quality clear or white vinyl. Protective laminate over coating can be added for nitro vehicles for a slight extra cost. Please specify when ordering.

If you don't see the logo you are looking for, contact me, I'm sure i can create it.

Contact me for layout and pricing @ [email protected]
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Very cool! Noted.
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Chassis Decals

For those of us who can't keep the rubber side down, might as well look good doing it.

Two styles available.

Intermediate decal application experience needed to apply.

Simple hint for application.
Clean chassis. Peal off backing. Center decal on chassis as best as possible and apply. You can apply a soap/water mix to the decal to help position the decal to the chassis. Once applied, cut to shape of the chassis with a sharp hobby knife. You will also need to cut out the vinyl for the battery/motor cooling vents and poke holes to remove air bubbles near chassis screws. *Tighten chassis screws before applying.

Not recommended for Outdoor/Asphalt racing. Product in not a chassis protector.

Warning - Marshals might take a longer time righting your car while they are admiring your chassis.


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Originally Posted by CSeils
Chassis Decals

For those of us who can't keep the rubber side down, might as well look good doing it.

Two styles available.

$20 each

Intermediate decal application experience needed to apply.

Simple hint for application.
Clean chassis. Peal off backing. Center decal on chassis as best as possible and apply. Once applied, cut to shape of the chassis with a sharp hobby knife. You will also need to cut out the vinyl for the battery/motor cooling vents and poke holes to remove air bubbles near chassis screws. *Tighten chassis screws before applying.

Not recommended for Outdoor/Asphalt racing. Product in not a chassis protector.

Warning - Marshals might take a longer time righting your car while they are admiring your chassis.


If interested or have any questions...
PM or shoot me an e-mail.
[email protected]
they look awesome!! need to find some $$
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The chassis decals are particularly cool. Might have to buy a VTA car just so I can have my own set of these decals!!
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Awesome! Probably no reason why you couldn't put a chassis protector over the top.....

Hey Carl - Have you got any Formula 1 style decals in your kitbox? Do you do custom stuff or only if you think the demand is there for multile sales?
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Decal inspiration:

http://trans-amseries.com/Cars.html
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