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Old Jun 08, 2012, 11:52 PM
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Wright Brothers Decals - Antique Gold Letters

Okay, I have these premium vinyl gold metallic in an antique gold, softer hue that I am wondering if anyone wants one.
PICS of actual item are shown below.


QTY LEFT: 15

The wording is "WRIGHT BROTHERS AEROPLANE CO." and has 1/4" letter height and is 6 3/4" in length. They are masked off so you just peel off the backing liner and squeegee them on. I measure out the exact placement and then put an extra piece of masking tape over the top edge of the signage letters then lift up and peel away the back edge and stick down by rubbing the top masking layer. Then pull off the top masking and you have a look that is old world style and luxurious. No flashy colors and shiny gold on this one. If you're looking for a tasteful look, this is it.

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Put it on your plane, transmitter box, flight box, car windows, motorcycle or even your forehead.

The pics below show my application on my ESC/RX underside bench I made for my 68" 1905 Wright Flyer. I have a Build Log at this location on this forum:

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1661701

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Enjoy this signage for only $3.00 and that includes me prepping these tiny little characters and it being shipped to anywhere in the CONUS (Continental United States). Get 2 of these for $5.00

PM me for shipping price elsewhere.


I had them run these off and I want to share them out.

PM or post a reply on this board if interested. I have about 40 of these so don't feel you have to be the first one to step up right away.

This pic shows the overall sheet of signage for color, the applied actual letters, and the reverse side of the letters which is a clear backing liner.



A closeup of the applied letters on a custom ESC/RX bench I made for my 68" Wright Flyer 1905



The backside of the letters on their liner which is clear.


The front of the letters which are masked off so exact placement is easy by just peeling the back away and squeegee them down all perfectly placed.


This is the sheet of letters for color reference. I don't think the camera or your computer screen can emulate the classy look these really have.
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