Phoenix Graphix decals
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When she's all done, it will look just like this:
1979 Formula, 301 ci TH350, Cameo White (under restoration)
Posted 27 March 2008 - 07:24 PM
1995 Trans Am 350LT1 T56
1987 Trans Am 350L98 T5
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1979 10th Anniversary Trans Am
1979 W72 400 4 speed Trans Am
1984 Trans Am 15th Anniversary
1991 Trans Am GTA
2002 Trans Am Collector Edtion #1358
2008 G8 GT
Posted 31 August 2008 - 06:29 PM
And I am not happy with them.
I bought them for my 1979 Noturne Blue convertible Trans Am, and bought the blue set.
They do not come with the correct hood scoop decals (they come with the T/A 6.6 decals, yet the majority of cars were powered with the 6.6 liter engine).
Once on the car, I noticed that there was some paper stuck on the back of the hood bird.
Too late, and possibly my fault.
However, I had to buy the original GM hood scoop decals, and guess what?
GM (Pontiac) uses gold in the center of the decals, and PG uses silver.
Yet they advertize GM exact.
Uh, GM used gold, not silver in their decals.
I have had the letters of the "Trans Am" fender and rear spoiler decals start coming off.
I have since bought NOS Pontiac (GM) decals, and I have used them with better results.
If everyone states that GM decals are no good after a few years, then why does PG even sell NOS decals?
Call them, ask for their NOS GM decals.
Pretty pricy, but they stock them.
I'll stick with original NOS GM decals now.
Posted 25 April 2009 - 06:21 PM
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Posted 23 June 2009 - 02:17 PM
I have it, but i think it's just a hit and miss game with them, mine arnt on yet (only cause im going paint it, and it would be dumb).
1989 Firebird 2.8
1997 GMC Sierra 7.4
Posted 24 June 2009 - 05:30 AM
2000 Pontiac Trans Am WS.6
5.7 ltr LS1
Slp lid w/ holley powershot filter
Jaam Ram Air System
LT headers, ory, Slp loudmouth 1 exhaust
Slp manual fan switch
Tripple gauge pod
Aeroforce interceptor gauge
corvette fuel rail covers
Spohn shock tower brace
Corvette ZO6 rims 17x8.5 front, 18x9.5 rear
Posted 24 June 2009 - 08:53 AM
Posted 14 March 2010 - 08:59 AM
I had the "I" in my Pontiac rear inlay came up missing and they replaced ( sent me a new one) NO CHARGE.
This year I inquired about one of my chrome center cap stickers was fading and he sent me 4 New ones .. NO CHARGE !!!
With service like that I will buy all my decals and inlays from no one but him.
Posted 14 March 2010 - 10:30 AM
Posted 05 August 2010 - 06:35 PM
After the sale, I was impressed with their customer service. I made a set of 'show cans' to go with my display and called. They sent me additional sail panel birds for the cans and for my 1:18 diecast Gray Ghost. The sail panel bird was trimmed to make a very believable hoodbird for the 1:18 model.
I am a satisfied customer and wouldn't hesitate to recommend them. One other fact that may have a bearing: I bought my set in 1999 about the time I knew I would be restoring the car. When Ghost was painted in 2001, I kept it for a year trying to decide whether to add the decals or not, as I had seen some sloppy jobs. I believe all that time gave the paint and clearcoat time to fully cure and not bleed any chemicals or fumes up into the vinyl once I did finally decide to put the decals on.
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Posted 05 August 2010 - 07:05 PM
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