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Old 02-13-2013, 07:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Made up a new rear Stealth badge- what do you think

I got a little bored and removed the dodge badge out back...it has one molded in to the front bumper, so I figure thats plenty of advertising for them.
I like the body colored stealth logo on the right rear, but removed the R/T...too busy....and what does that mean anyway.
Then I realized I could make this with the letters dodge made available to us with that unique font, so I designed it and might do it, with the AWD T/T on the left rear side where the "dodge" used to be.
Ignoring the color, since I would do it in blue for my blue car, what do you think?
Or am I way too bored?

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Old 02-13-2013, 07:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just searched and found an old thread that pointed out the font for the W on the side skirt is different. I forgot about that, but...that script is too small and I dont know if its removable. I would make my W by carefully angle cutting the L and the H for the 3 upper pieces needed. The lower piece is from the E.

Cut, paint and glue on. Simple, and I dont think its tacky.

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Default Re: Made up a new rear Stealth badge- what do you think

normally i'd say you were too bored...lol. but as i am reworking my own rear bumper stripping the paint off caused half of the dodge lettering to come off, and part of the s in stealth also flaked off. So i may need to replace it soon.

I know that i had the twin turbo emblems redone by rebadgedesign.com and have a few sets of them here at the house, not sure if i did the stealth or not, figured i could always get dodge redone if i need to. Its always good to have multiple sources though.
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BTW, the R/T stands for Road /Track. I do like what you are doing tho, looks very nice
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Here is the finished product, though not exactly happy with it. In the right light (most of the time) the "D" stands out.
The other letters are the new 3sx letters, but they are obviously slightly different. Not as thick (maybe about 2mm instead of about 3) and they dont have the curved edges.
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