Bill, I can't argue your point. Those 4x4 decals were butt ugly to me. It won't run a bit better but it doesn't have a bad haircut now either. Besides that, fixing my recliner and removing those decals are the first things I've been able to do since I blew out my knee a month ago. It sure felt good to do something. (the recliner keeps my knee up to reduce swelling) :wink:
I did the same thing. As soon as I bought my vehicle I stuck my hand out and asked for my first advertising payment. The salesman's eyes just bugged out as if I had just stepped on a toad.
He didn't understand at first but when I pressed him...he said they didn't pay folks to display the dealership's sticker on the back of their vehicles. Guess he thought that was that...up until the point when I peeled the sticker off and put it in his hand. Then he understood!
They didn't give me the vehicle...so they shouldn't expect free advertising. If they want something free...get if from the old dude that just bought the red Miata!
Anybody got an idea how to remove some very, very old "decorative" decals? I don't think the hair dryer will work since the glue is dried and the decal is brittle. I hope I don't have to sand them off.
I bought an old Chevy Tracker for the ranch and it needs to be painted soon. Maybe not camo, but a duller shade than white.
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