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Who had extra script decals for Simplicity hood

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Kent
Someone posted not long ago about having extra Simplicity hood decals for the older Landlords and such... I can't find it by searching, though I did email Stu Alexander to see if he still has any. I'm looking for hood decals for the 2012 -- I've decided that it is simply too much work to turn it into a yellow Allis. I guess I need to show impartiality, anyway... ;) Thanks for any help!

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Kent
Maynard, I've had too many people tell me how ugly it is... :) I certainly can't argue that point! I've already "tested" the mechanicals on it well -- I've probably dug out and 15 - 20 yards of dirt & debris. So, I'm starting to spraypaint a different set of fenders and hood to go on it...

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Kent, I think I have one set of extra script Simplicity hood logos for a 1965 -1966 Landlord. The company that made them for me probably still has it in their computer and could crank some out. I would have to do some looking to make sure. Let me know. Jeff Snyder

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