Yes, I ordered the Charger 2.2 set and also had him cut out the R/T for the scoop decal as well. They were a little wrinkly when I pulled them out of the box but laying them out flat for a day and doing it in the garage on a warm day they turned out just fine. If you're not comfortable doing straight stripes/large graphics let someone else put them on. Just get yourself some good squeegees and spray the panel with the stuff so you can move it around before you get it set in its permanent position. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3330131/1987-dodge-charger/page-8
I recently purchased a set from Dave at Positive Impressions, great guy to deal with and the graphics look great, have yet to put them on yet though. Very reasonable prices for the quality product and factory correct, could never get something that nice or correct for triple the price around here. Free shipping to boot.
I have used Positive Impressions several times. Good quality product, quick to ship, sometimes he is out of stock though and cant give you an ETA till he has enough backlog on orders. Most recently I was trying to assemble a complete set for my GLHS and 1 or 2 of the set were not available. He does also sell individual replacements when needed...if he has them.
Does anyone lnow where I can get this particular tape stripe for the fender?
It's part of the stripe kit for the t-top cars only. Mine used to have it but for some god only knows reason the previous owner took it off.
On the photo between the yellow ( poorly done arrows I know ) arrows.
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