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  • Pennant for fender marker with new picture.

    While searching the internet I ran across some old studebaker pennants.
    Does anyone reproduce these?
    I would like to use one on a bumper marker on a 37 CE which has a high hood and can't see where the right front fender is.





    Thanks
    Paul

  • #2
    Care to post a picture?
    I have never seen one.
    I don't think anybody reproduces them yet. But if they are just felt pennants with silkscreened ink, it would be easy to do.

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    • #3
      Easy to make, difficult to sell.

      You do not want to use them as a bumper marker. Most of these pennants are made of "non-woven" fabric, meaning it is pieces of cloth held together by some glue and heat and pressure. One or two drives at 60mph or faster and it will start to shred itself. Back then they were made of real felt, today they are made of "Felt Like" material.

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      • #4
        I have a real felt one if someone wants to copy it.

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        • #5
          Can you scan it in sections rather than shipping?

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          • #6
            Those are actually nice.
            You can still buy real felt.
            The old felt was wool. Modern felt tends to be a synthetic blend.
            But you wouldn't drive with that on the car. You would put it on the antenna during a show, and take it off when you drove.

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