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    I was wondering if anyone made good quality peel and stick numbers and rondels for HO cars. Those would be for Lexan bodies, I need something that will not rub off. I know that Pattos has complete liveries, but I could not find any plain black or white numbers or rondels.
    Right now the Pattos site does not work for me clicking most of the links does not get me any place. All I can see is the lists of new bodies, but no pictures.

  • #2
    I'd like to know of a source for Peel and Stick numbers for 1/32 scale cars. I'm slowly using up my supply of Artin decals and have some Pioneer decal sheets. A larger variety would be nice.

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    • #3
      Give the ULTRACAL a try.
      https://jaghobbies.com/ho_slot_cars/decals_uc.htm

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      • #4
        I agree, Ultracal makes a good one. Used them on several occasions.

        ULTRACAL Decals HOME
        -Harry

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        • #5
          Originally posted by slothead View Post
          I'd like to know of a source for Peel and Stick numbers for 1/32 scale cars. I'm slowly using up my supply of Artin decals and have some Pioneer decal sheets. A larger variety would be nice.
          Pendle and Inaslot sell them for 1/32
          Loan Shark aka Matt
          I am Alive because Organ Donation Worked... TWICE

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          • #6
            Patto's has them in multiple scale options
            "I don't make mistakes. I make prophecies which immediately turn out to be wrong "
            "And that just shows you how important the car is in Formula One Racing"

            Murray Walker

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            • #7
              Ok but...if you are HERE in the US, ordering here is faster and pricewise much better? I think Patto's is great, use them all the time. But a 3 to 4 week wait time is not always ideal.

              -Harry

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              • War Eagle River
                War Eagle River commented
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                Pattos, Been 5-6 weeks lately!

            • #8
              I had the same issue with the Pattos website. If you right-click on the letter "R" (or any link from the home page) and then select "Open in new tab" (or window) that should work. Then scroll down until you find "Roundel".

              Peter
              PetesLightKits

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              • #9
                I tried that, but it did not work, but "Open in a new window" worked. I will order a sheet with white rondels and black numbers and a sheet with white numbers.
                Thanks for the tip.

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                • #10
                  Bruce does make a lot of stuff that is good to have on hand. Having it on hand is the trick. Best to order stuff you might need and have it on hand for your projects. Decals especially. Once you have a project about done, it's too late to get his decals in a timely manner. If you get a few sheets of assorted numbers and roundells and have them on hand you are good to go for many projects.

                  I did order one Ultracals sheet a couple weeks ago and they are very nice. I wish they printed one sheet of just Canam style decals, roundels with numbers, 65,66, 6, 7 , the popular numbers for those sports racers, along with some sponsor decals for that series. They have enough decals on their sheet to print enough for 10-12 cars. It would be nice to see a sheet of 60's style Stock car numbers and sponsors, and one for several popular Indy cars. They are doing great stuff and service is quick. Just wish they had sheets were directed more to particular series and cars. How about a sheet with roundels and numbers for Chaps, Mclarens, ?Ford GT's, etc. Might be some stuff they can't legally copy, but numbers would be no issue.

                  They have top quality, and it would be nice to have some sheets directed to modeling real race cars.
                  Matt B
                  So. In
                  Crashers

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                  • #11
                    In the case of the Ultracals there are only a few things on a sheet that I would use, the rest of the stuff is not appropriate for the cars that I have.

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                    • #12
                      Rich, I've been using the Ultracal decals for decorating the cars I use in our inline "crash and burn" racing series, and they hold up well. I've been working with several different sheets. They're not quite as thin as the larger scale Auto Graphics sheets (which are no longer available, unfortunately), but they look good on the cars. The Ultracal sheets are available from Innovative Hobbies, the same company that produces the Jel Claws slot car tires. Hope this has been of some help. -- Ernie

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                      • #13
                        I just ordered decals from Pattos today, a sheet with white rondels, a sheet with black numbers that have been shrunken a little so two numbers will fit on a rondel and a sheet of full sized white numbers. In addition I ordered a decal set for Chase Elliots 2020 Atlanta car in 1/72nd scale. Previously I had bought decals in 1/64th scale that were too big for the bodies that I had. I had to cut the decals up and piece them together.
                        I sent out an e-mail with my order and got a response in less than two hours. Bruce has always been a good person to do business with.

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