Brooklin 1941 Chrysler New Yorker remake
looks like right side black slash guard is it black on left side?
@chazy-r. WOW!! How did I ever miss that! Thanks for pointing it out. It was easier to install the guards when I installed the fender skirts so I just painted them along with the car and then brush painted it flat black afterwards. It looks like I painted the right side but got distracted and never returned to paint the drivers side. I'll add that to my list of corrections. Thanks again.
@john-quilter. John, this was part of a decal set that I found on the bay a number of years ago. I have kept the original pattern and simply copy it using a high quality laser printer at our local library. I then attach the pattern to double sided tape and trim it to fit. I can send you some if you email me your mailing address. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Anyone else, feel free to email me your address if you want this pattern.
Thanks, great technique. I've used double sided adhesive, I think its called double Avery, to attach license plates. (Old Bill Harrison trick) I also have printed patterns or spray painted patterns on large 3 X 3 address labels that have adhesive backing.
John F. Quilter
Eugene, Oregon USA