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Unread 01-16-2013, 10:09 PM   #46
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No hurry.. Just hadn't heard back after I gave the measurements. Jeep is still in pieces and Repli-Tub just showed up last week so I have a few months of work ahead of me before needing the decals. Glad to finally have someone who is willing to make them.
Got the image about three quarters of the way done. Will send you a proof. PM me your addy, and I will send you one when we think we got it.

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Unread 01-18-2013, 08:05 AM   #47
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I bought the above decal that BLKCJ7Laredo showed me.Do you want a scan of it or will the ebay pic do?
A scan would be a helpful. The eBay pic is a little small - I cant work out a lot of the detail.
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Unread 01-18-2013, 08:46 AM   #48
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It would be nice to have someone able to make this modified 1976 version Emissions decal for my 1984 model year which does not posses all the vacuum lines that it came with.

I used the decal below, from I believe Flynnes 1976 CJ-5 that he had made, and used Microsoft Paint to modify. Actual size would be 6-31/32" x 2-1/2"

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Unread 01-18-2013, 10:43 AM   #49
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Here yah go.We'll send you a better one in pdf in a pm.This max file size without putting it all the way across the page
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Unread 01-18-2013, 08:49 PM   #50
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Any chance someone has a picture or scanned image for a 77 manual transmission with a 258? Aftermarket seems non existant and so far no one has looked close enough on mine to see the decal is really for a 75.
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Unread 01-18-2013, 11:17 PM   #51
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Looking at Ted Hague & Bear Creek, $75.00 & or $175.00 seems like a lotta cash for a sticker. Nice to see Collins Bro's was only $20.00

Here's a scan of my 1984 emissions decal in 300 dpi gray scale. I put up some 720's in black / white & gs in the same folder.
I took a few secs to play w cleaning it up, but my editing software is not the best.
Is someone interested in recreating these if the database gets big enough ?

Well now it seems you can buy the 1984 decal too.. but it's not the same as the original you have pictured here.. It appears more to be a warmed over version of the 1983 decal I posted the link to earlier in this thread.. You can see they failed to change the engine family (which is EAM for 1984 and FAM for 1985) and the layout is exactly the same as the 1983 decal instead of being like the 1984 original decal pictured above.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/Jeep-Decal-1...8c522f&vxp=mtr
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Unread 01-18-2013, 11:29 PM   #52
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It would be nice to have someone able to make this modified 1976 version Emissions decal for my 1984 model year which does not posses all the vacuum lines that it came with.

I used the decal below, from I believe Flynnes 1976 CJ-5 that he had made, and used Microsoft Paint to modify. Actual size would be 6-31/32" x 2-1/2"

Hey Keith.. For your particular situation wouldn't it be better to use the original 1984-1986 decal format except insert the vacuum diagram image from whatever year vintage engine (prior to 1981) that you used as your basic layout to eliminate the hose maze? That is the idea I'm considering is to use the 1985 decal language but use vacuum diagram image for a 1979 model.
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Unread 08-04-2013, 01:16 PM   #53
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I've been working on the 1972 decal for several weeks now, and I think I have it about 99% correct. The original used several different types and sizes of Helvetica font.

Let me know if there are any changes that need to be made.
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Unread 08-05-2013, 10:31 AM   #54
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I've been working on the 1972 decal for several weeks now, and I think I have it about 99% correct. The original used several different types and sizes of Helvetica font.

Let me know if there are any changes that need to be made.
Very nice Fred! I really hope someday that someone recreates the decals for all the years. Doing the one-off's is very cost-ineffective so if someone had a master file for all the years it'd be much easier to run off the emissons decal and then just plug the vehicle specific info into the certification decals.
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Unread 08-05-2013, 05:26 PM   #55
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Very nice Fred! I really hope someday that someone recreates the decals for all the years. Doing the one-off's is very cost-ineffective so if someone had a master file for all the years it'd be much easier to run off the emissons decal and then just plug the vehicle specific info into the certification decals.
Maybe that can be my new hobby. I guess being an OCD Intel Analyst has its advantages sometimes.
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So I got tired of waiting for someone to mass produce a 1977 decal and was tired of seeing the 75 decal I had thrown on mine just to cover the poor shape my original was in. It had been scraped all to hell and painted over. I went over to amazon.com and picked up some papilio white vinyl decal paper and some papilio waterproof UV overlaminate and printed up Flynes decal on my laser printer. I was able to get 4 decals per sheet and they look perfect compared to the original. Total cost was about $35 shipped to my door and I still have 9 sheets to print up any random thing I feel like.


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and here is the decals after the over laminate and cut out
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James, that looks great! I'm glad that my master was able to be used for other years.

If I sent you a JPEG of my VIN decal, would you mind printing it up for me? When Ted Hague did mine, he did the background in white, instead of silver.

BTW, the emissions decal is supposed to be 7"x2.5" and the VIN decal is supposed to be 4"x1.75", in case anyone wants to know.
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I could give it a try for you. I only have white vinyl currently but I have found both silver metallic and chrome vinyl online. The only issue is those vinyls are for machines like used at a sign shop. I could order some to see if it would work going through a laser printer. Do you know if the original was a silver metallic or a chrome finish? My dash wasn't original and I just picked up the one from bear creek that is yellow and black when building my dash.
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I could give it a try for you. I only have white vinyl currently but I have found both silver metallic and chrome vinyl online. The only issue is those vinyls are for machines like used at a sign shop. I could order some to see if it would work going through a laser printer. Do you know if the original was a silver metallic or a chrome finish? My dash wasn't original and I just picked up the one from bear creek that is yellow and black when building my dash.
It was a silver metallic.

Here's my VIN decal.
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Sounds good. I ordered some vinyl will give it a try when it gets here and let you know the results.
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