PRICES - WATER SLIDE DECAL TRANSFERS

THE INDIVIDUAL DECAL TRANSFERS ARE $ 20.00 EACH (THE EXCEPTION BEING THE SPEARS AT $35. A PAIR).  POST/SHIPPING VIA CANADA POST INCLUDED IN CANADA 

PRODUCING AND PRINTING WATER SLIDE DECAL TRANSFERS IS A CONSIDERABLY MORE EXPENSIVE PROCEDURE THAN MAKING 2 MIL VINYL STICK-ONS AND HAS BEEEN DONE TO ENSURE PERIOD ACCURACY

THE ROAD RACER SCRIPT IS A DESIGN I CONJURED UP, THE REST ARE ACCURATE DUPLICATES OF CCM DECAL TRANSFERS.    

THE FLYER SCRIPTS CAN BE PLACED ON BOTH PRE -WAR AND POST- WAR BICYCLES.

THE LEAF SEAT TUBE DECAL WAS USED ON MANY 1899 TO 1920 BIKES AND THE ROUNDEL WAS THE STANDARD SEAT TUBE DECAL FOR THE 1920 TO 1940s PERIOD

THESE DECALS CAN BE SEEN UNMOUNTED AND MOUNTED ON FRAMES  HERE

 http://s917.photobucket.com/user/dobie45/library/CANADA%20CYCLE%20AND%20MOTOR%20%20WATER%20SLIDE%20DECALS

PLEASE ENSURE YOU OPEN THUMBNAILS FOR BETTER VIEWS AND DESCRIPTIONS.  

 

I WILL PROVIDE WATER SLIDE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS AND POSITIONING INSTRUCTIONS

CONTACT ME AT bmwchev@msn.com

 

7 Comments

Nice bicycles Wayne on your photobucket ..

 

Chris: Yours are on  the way..Cheers

I'm looking to replace the decal on my WHITE, 1976 CCM "Medalist", 10-Speed (Pix attached)
It's a cler decal, with an embossed "Medalist" in a black (gold embossed / shadow), almost gothic-style font, along BOTH SIDES of the lower cross bar (woman's bike) 

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CCM never catalogued a Medalist model. That model name was owned by Supercycle. However, the Supercyle Medalist was essentially a rebranded CCM Targa. Still, I don't think that you are going to have much luck finding anybody that reproduces Supercycle decals. This would probably be a custom job.

wondering about decal placement

where do you put your decals?

I put my roundels and pre-20 leafs 8" from the top on the transverse tube (the one from headtube to crank)

but I see in your pictures Wayne that you put yours on the downtube (seat to crank)

 

I have at least 20 original paint CCMs with the original roundel decal smack at 8" on the transverse tube (from the top)

and only 1 CCM (a 1939 roadster) with the Roundel on the downtube hidden by the pump

as far as the leaf, I have not seen an original decal so I don't know where they did put it

 

so where do you guys put the decals? interested to know

 

 

I have a 1938 road racer and the rondel is 8" from the steerer tube on the down tube as you have noted.  No leaf decal on the seat tube;  it also has a "browns" shop decal on the down tube just below the rondel.