Monday, March 3, 2014

Decals Used in a Car


A decal  or transfer is a plastic, cloth, paper or ceramic substrate that has printed on it a pattern or image that can be moved to another surface upon contact, usually with the aid of heat or water. The word is short for decalcomania,


Decals are commonly used on hot rod automobiles and plastic models.
Government agencies of all types also use decals on vehicles for identification. These decals are referred to as fleet markings and are required by law on all fire and law enforcement vehicles in the US. Most fleet markings are created from reflective vinyl with an adhesive backing that is applied in a peel-and-stick manner.

Ford


Decals / Tags
Autolite Air Cleaner Decal      DF 0160 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Boss 302 Air Cleaner Decal   DF 1042 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Service Specification decal     DF 0052 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Battery Test Decal                 DF 0194 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Autolite Battery Tag               DF 0784 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Autolite Positive Terminal Decal DF 1520 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
1967 Disc Brake Master Cylinder Decal DF 0332 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Coil Decal DF 0224 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Coil Wire Decal DF 1541 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Voltage Regulator Decal DF 0348 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Voltage Regulator Warning Decal DF 0320 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Starter Decal DF 0499 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Autolite Fuel Filter Decal DF 0886 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
FOMOCO Antifreeze Tag DF 0120 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Glove Box Tire Pressure Decal DF 0282 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
New Car Window Sticker DF 0124 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
1967 Assembly Line Build Sheet DF 1384 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Visor Instruction Decal DF 0655 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Jack Instruction Decal DF 0371 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Jack Decal DF 0036 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions
Gravel Pan Tie Down Decal DF 0284 1 Jim Osborn Reproductions

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