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Post  reeft1 on Sun May 29, 2016 1:56 pm

It's not really a new topic, but i've just experienced one of those "why did I not listen" moments.

Bought some overpriced decals from the Spanish Ebay seller on the basis this cars graphics was so simple I could have knocked them up myself but didn't have the time. Figured only a numpty could screw them up and he'd get the basics right like rally plates (its a mainstream WRC event) and co-driver name.....

Mistake 1

Read all your comments about how rubbish this seller was with loads of missing decals. Can't happen to me can it?

Mistake 2

And paid nearly £13 for the privalege of getting ripped off.

Mistake 3


Not my finest moment.
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Post  RORY O CONNOR on Sun May 29, 2016 11:20 pm

He is selling lots of copied stuff. I bought decals off him about a year ago and they were terrible. He is printed them on a laser printer, poor colours, missing decals etc. We all get fooled once!
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Post  newt5550 on Mon May 30, 2016 6:39 am

We all make mistakes. I do quite often, it's called impulse Laughing
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Post  Hampton Caught on Mon May 30, 2016 12:25 pm

newt5550 wrote:We all make mistakes. I do quite often, it's called impulse Laughing

I find Impulse works well on my underarms.

So far I've not had any bad experiences with third party decals, as I've only bought from trusted sources such as Vitor and David (Code343) but mostly because I usually make my own.

Sorry to hear about your bad experience. Mistakes are inevitable and human. Move on and don't let it spoil your day.
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Post  newt5550 on Mon May 30, 2016 3:48 pm

Hampton Caught wrote:
newt5550 wrote:We all make mistakes. I do quite often, it's called impulse Laughing

I find Impulse works well on my underarms.

So far I've not had any bad experiences with third party decals, as I've only bought from trusted sources such as Vitor and David (Code343) but mostly because I usually make my own.

Sorry to hear about your bad experience. Mistakes are inevitable and human. Move on and don't let it spoil your day.


Isn't that for girls? Laughing
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Post  Hampton Caught on Tue May 31, 2016 11:48 pm

newt5550 wrote:Isn't that for girls? Laughing

Only if you believe the marketing bods, Chris! jocolor
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Post  reeft1 on Sat Jun 04, 2016 11:59 am

In fairness, the company concerned reissued me decals without any fuss. All the missing decals were immediately present, and correctly sized with one exception (the co-drivers name was still wrong).

Looks like I was originally issued an old batch that someone else had highlighted the deficiencies in as all the art work to correct was clearly already in place.
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