My garage has seen more than its fair share of decals over the years. The bulk of them came from eBay, but most of them are now gone. I now have only 3 decals on the walls. I have a few stickers on my metal magnet board. The large "SQ5" decal was a custom job I used a guy in Latvia for. I paid too much, but he was very willing to work with me and I got the exact decal I wanted in the exact size I requested. The "quattro" by the clock was your basic eBay search and purchase, as was the "vorsprung" decal on the car door. The "Audi" above the floor mat wall is actually raised letters I purchased online. I also applied a couple of decals to liven up my Craftsman rolling cabinets. They began life grey, but I rattle-canned them blue.
Most of the standard decals can be had for pennies on the Internet. My current decals are all incorporated into the paint scheme which, in my opinion, brings more cohesion to the overall design. This is in stark contrast to my decal philosophy of the past, which was a "more is better" approach.
The Current Decal Situation
If you spend any time browsing through the garage gallery, you will see a multitude of decals that have come and gone.
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