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Have you asked at your model shop? Though it seems to me it wouldn't be that hard to make one yourself.

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It really depends on the type of paint you want to use , Most people use a lacquer , if this is the case use a lacquer thinner and a brush made for pin striping . You may want to use a vinyl stencil , which you can cut with an X-acto then use a spray photo glue to hold it in place . Plus you ...

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Rocmike do you actually believe this how a model would post? You are a sick joke.

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There are several companys on line that sell them, did you google it?

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Harley, take a look at these search results I got when I searched as I think you will find them helpful. Good luck!
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