No telling w/o seeing them in person. If they are in mint condition they should be able to be applied and clear coated for durability. Originally $399.99 now only $239.99? Seriously? Pass.Pretty cool... but, are they even viable for use after all these years?
I'd think they'd be brittle, or the two papers are now permanently fixed to each other through time.. but ya, guess we never know .. but I'd bet...No telling w/o seeing them in person. If they are in mint condition they should be able to be applied and clear coated for durability. Originally $399.99 now only $239.99? Seriously? Pass.
You seem pretty confident. I personally don't know one way or the other. Because I haven't seen them in person.A sucker born every minute . You can not be serious about even thinking that these might be original unless you are thinking originally made this century .
I wouldn't. But any one looking to replace their original water slide decal with this water slide with the proper black outline and "made in USA" on them might be. People with restorations may like them, and would pay it if that's what they are after.No just to tell you they are not valuable and not to have anyone waste there money . Of coarse you are free to buy them if you want to .
Excellent contribution.Palm Brother were sold in 1956 but I am not sure if the name persisted in use on decals after that but there are references out to 1988 as a business name. Interesting is the Made in USA stamp which does appear on the actual bikes at various times but usually never seen on non official decals and images