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I've just Paypalled you with £2.00 (or the equivalent in North Korean Wong) for 3 of your delightful* high quality* leather embossed* gilt edged* stickers, all of which come with a suitable epithet relevant to a division of General Motors, for which I shall remain ever grateful..

 

*= not guaranteed on ALL purchases; the value of these stickers may go up or down and current prices are not an indication of future value....

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Surprise Restock!!

 

Prices as below:

 

 

Large decals:

ANY 1xdecal = £2 delivered.

 

ANY 2xdecal = £ 3 delivered.

 

ANY 3xdecal = £ 4 delivered

 

ANY 4xdecal = £ 5 delivered

 

ANY 5xdecal = £5.00 delivered.

 

 

 

 

(Large) Decal Style 1:

 

Everyone likes Arnold Clark.  But Auto Shite R better.

 

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No.

 

 

 

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No

 

 

 

 

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YES!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Small decals:

ANY 1xdecal = £1.50 delivered.

 

ANY 2xdecal = £ 2.50 delivered.

 

ANY 3xdecal = £ 3.50 delivered

 

ANY 4xdecal = £ 4.50 delivered

 

ANY 5xdecal = £5.00 delivered.

 

(Small) Decal Style bleak and orange 3:

 

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Yes.

 

 

 

 

(Small) Decal Style 4 (plane oranges):

 

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Can mix and match.

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Sorry for asking an irrelevant question, but are the Pineapple ones on a white square, or is the red circle the outer edge?

Thats pretty relevant actually.  As I understand it, all white bits are "clear" upon application. The red circle is the decal outer edge when applied.

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How easy is it to 'vectorise' things for sticker printing?

 

I acquired a few Jalopy mags the other week, and Issue 2 still has its "I <3 my Jalopy" sticker attached in decent nick for something that's 23 years old.

 

Dunno about interest / copyright, but can easily scan it if it'd be of any use?

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Im in the arse end of nowhere in me caravan ( dealing with a blocked drain and a wife who failed to stand aside when we fired up the cutter on a FULL pipe of shitwater - she was no best pleased to be pebble dashed).

I will PM when I get back to normality tomoz night - expect a large order of stickerz.to cheer up Mrs Womble

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Im in the arse end of nowhere in me caravan ( dealing with a blocked drain and a wife who failed to stand aside when we fired up the cutter on a FULL pipe of shitwater - she was no best pleased to be pebble dashed).

I will PM when I get back to normality tomoz night - expect a large order of stickerz.to cheer up Mrs Womble

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Job done :)

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