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Old 08-14-2007, 09:56 PM
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Does anyone have a continental engine with a good continental decal on the gas tank? (Like the one below but better definition so you can read the writing) I got this image from a web site. If you do, could I please trouble you to take a digital picture of it, end on, and mail it to me (through the Email capability in my profile). I’m thinking if I can get a quality jpg image with enough definition I’ll be able to photoshop it and make some decals for my engine. Maybe I can post it back on this site so others can use also. Thanks!
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Hello !

Saw your post and letting you know that I do have these decals, among others, for the Continental engines. They are perfect in every way ! However, they do not come cheap ! ;-( I have been a collector of Continental Red Seal engines and David Bradley walk behind tractors and attachments for over 20 years. I just signed up for this site so I am new to this page ! Looks like there is a lot of information to be found here ! ;-D Just let me know if you are still interested in any decals. Thanks !

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Hi Paul,
I sent you an email off list. Let me know if you don't get it. Thanks, Mark
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i have been looking for years for the powerfull as the nation decal and the one on the tank you have pictured, good luck if you find a source please post it i want them too
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