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Old February 23rd, 2007, 11:18 PM
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Metal Land Rover decals

I am currently looking for the website that sells those diecast special vehicle type badge. The one that makes different kinds of them for different vehicles.

I remember seeing it somewhere in here but all my searches came up empty.

Thanks for all your help.

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Old February 23rd, 2007, 11:53 PM
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Thanks !

Thank you SO much Jim.

That is exacly what I was looking for !

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What would be the correct way of putting the number on a replacement plate, stamp it or get it engraved? Is there a certain rivet size or anything I should know? The one I have is very faded and when I get the truck repainted, I would like to replace it too.
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I recieved some info from them today that might be helpful for someone looking to repair their plate.
Info as follows:

Dear Sir,
Thank you for your email. All the land rover plates we provide are powder coated then cured in very high temperature ovens at our factory in the UK. This process unfortunately would not be done unless the plate was returned to us for re-painting. I don't know if there are any paint processes in USA that could do that for you as it would be a very costly exercise to send the plate to us for us to re-paint and send back. It is nearly more cost effective for us to produce a new plate for you.

I do hope this helps

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