Posted by Patrick HMD on January 23, 2013 at 20:17:08 from (22.214.171.124):
From looking at old pictures, I'm thinking IH use to apply them at the factory early on. I maybe guessing, but back in 1939 I'm thinking water slide decals were all that was available.
As a model airplane builder, I have a lot experience with water slide decals. So I'm no stranger to them. If I had a choice, I'd pick water slide decals. They lay so flat, a coat of clear would really seal them up good.
I've searched and searched, and I'm convinced that none are available anywhere. Why's that I wonder. Too expensive to make?
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