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Service Station decals

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    August, 2010
Service Station decals
Posted by tin indian on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 4:59 PM

I`d like to start building a 1960`s vintage Texaco(or Esso) service station and would like to know where I can buy decals for this project? This would be in 1/25th scale. Thanks in advance.....

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    March, 2010
  • From: Midwest
Posted by High octane on Thursday, November 17, 2016 8:54 AM

I would check as they have a long list of aftermarket suppliers.

High octane

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    August, 2015
  • From: Hamptonville, NC
Posted by TarheelRick on Thursday, November 17, 2016 10:27 AM

If you have the capability of producing your own decals (a good inkjet printer, some decal paper, and clear paint) you can go on line to the different companies, copy and paste their signs and print your own.  First print them on plain white paper to adjust the size, then put them on decal paper.

I build models because I can't afford the real thing!

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    December, 2014
  • From: Knoxville,TN 37912 U.S.A. North American continent. Planet Earth. Sol sytem. Milky Way galaxy.
Posted by MPiKM on Friday, November 18, 2016 1:19 AM

I think Gopher Decals makes some Texaco and other service station decals.

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    February, 2005
  • From: Southeast Pennsylvania
Posted by peanutgallery on Friday, November 18, 2016 9:01 AM

Here's another choice....



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    March, 2009
Posted by hotdog1 on Saturday, October 28, 2017 11:48 AM
Awesome site Thanks
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    October, 2017
  • From: New Prague MN
Posted by 60Buick on Wednesday, November 01, 2017 3:09 PM

I see your request was almost a year ago, but I am just new to the community so I wanted to share something I did for a 60s service station. This would be instead of decals but great for signs.

Google- old gas station signs and you will be amazed at what you can print out. Gas, oil, etc. I also do the same for old advertising signs. The selections actually print out very close to 1/24-25 scale. Then I take some adhesive laminate sheets, press on, cut out and I have a sign with a glossy look, like the real thing. I am currently moving to a new home mid-Novembe, so everything is packed away, or I would include a picture of one of my creations.


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