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Rory Esch

09-13-2010 12:11:39




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Should the LA have vertical fender decals? I have spoken to two different decal suppliers and one set comes with them and the other does not. The second supplier told me that the LA did not have fender decals.




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Ken Jentges

09-15-2010 07:24:27




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 Re: LA Fender Decals in reply to Rory Esch, 09-13-2010 12:11:39  
Rory, my LA, a 41, was repainted before I got it, and you can see where they painted right over the fender decals. When I get that far I will be putting decals on mine. I think it would look plain without them.



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tom stanley

09-13-2010 12:55:28




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 Re: LA Fender Decals in reply to Rory Esch, 09-13-2010 12:11:39  
I have seen original LA's with and with out the fender decals may be different years had them others not the one that had them I remember for sure was a 1948 model hope this helps also my two cents is they look great with them on Tom



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John D.H.

09-13-2010 18:14:24




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 Re: LA Fender Decals in reply to tom stanley, 09-13-2010 12:55:28  
Tom, fully agree. They need the fender decals. Look sharp that way.



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