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W~Phoenix~{RC} 11-02-2005 11:37 PM

Autocross Magnet Decals
 
Up until this point, I've always had to use shoe polish or painters tape to put on my numbers and racing class at the Autocross events that I go to. I've been thinking about registering as a member of the SCCA and getting a permanent number. I was wondering where I could buy a decent number/letter 'kit' to use when I attend Autocross, Drag, or Rally events. For those of you who have those magnetic decals, where did you guys buy them?

Cheers!

Oni 11-03-2005 12:17 AM

I'm getting mine from www.izoomgraphics.com. Sean Grubb's very professional in his quality, and he also races at the events with us. Not to mention, his photography for the event is awesome.

He's going to make these graphics for me (those are photoshopped on right now)
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...VTgraphic2.jpg

And here's some of his work
http://jason.hodges.cc/Ataru/JetFest...8.jpg.orig.jpg

He did all of this. I talked to him about it just this Sunday. Said it was about a five hour job that he put on the guy's car in the guy's garage.
http://www.neoklascca.org/event_phot...display/94.jpg

He told me he also did a silver STi with a ghost dark silver graphics scheme similar to the WRC style. He just hasn't put the pictures of it on his sight yet, but I can only imagine how good it looks.

W~Phoenix~{RC} 11-03-2005 12:26 AM

Hey thanks for the replies. I really appreciate it. I'll have to look into both of those options to see which route I would like to take [thumb]

Cheers!

focusedaddiction 11-03-2005 10:55 AM

edecals.com isn't too bad either, that's where I got mine. basic magn. oval whith # was 36.00
& it looks pretty good.

WD40 11-03-2005 05:22 PM

registering as a member of the SCCA and getting a permanent number.
Numbers are handed out on a Regional basis, not National.
You're on the right track though.
If you register with an SCCA Region, then you can pick from one of their available numbers.

You should also note, when you race in another Region's event,
their members will have the number preference, and your's may be taken.
That's why my 2 numbers (38) are separate.
I can be either 38 or 83.[;)]

Daeron 11-04-2005 08:13 AM

Or get a one of the numbers that you can massage into another number with a little electrical tape [:)]

RS-wagon 11-13-2005 10:26 PM

Get a solotime catalog: solotime@southwind.net they carry everything from magnetic material to numbers to everything else. I have gotten my magnetic material at any sign shop that carries vinyl lettering. ( check yellow pages under signs)

Tim


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