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Poncho Master!

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Tuneup sticker 427/390 "CJ"


Here's my original tuneup sticker.  Looks like it should be code "CJ", which is is.  This decal is reproduced commonly as DC447 if you want it!

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I find the reproduction tune-up spec decals don't stick that well. I've had mine fly off when doing a quick engine wash.



-- Edited by seventy2plus2 on Thursday 8th of February 2018 08:55:33 PM

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It's interesting that with today's technology they can't make them identical. If you look carefully, it's easy to tell them apart.

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Tuneup sticker 427/390 "CJ"


Yup, I could likely make a closer one if pressed, but even with better layout it's clearly a slightly different font. What are font experts call, typographologists or something? I wish I knew what font GM and Pontiac used for that kind of stuff, it has a rather distinctive feel.



-- Edited by davepl on Friday 9th of February 2018 11:16:54 AM

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