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Fs High Quality Genuine Japanese Tuners' Decals


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For sale genuine Japanese decals sourced directly from Yahoo Japan. These are rare and hard to find!

These are high quality and suitable for exterior or interior usage. They are NOT vinyl imitation or reproduction.

Please note HKS decals are in orignal packaging with 'HKS' paper tabs stapled and unopened. They retail in Autobacs etc for 1000 to 1500 jyp.

I have multiple sets of each available.

'www.hks-power.co.jp' - double sheet - four individual decals - cost $10.00

Yellow X 10 sets available

Red and Black X 4 sets available

Gold X 10 sets available

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'Tuned by HKS' - double sheet - two individual decals - cost $14.00

Chrome X 5 sets available

White X 4 sets available

Yellow X 10 sets available

Gold X 5 sets available

Red X 10 sets available

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'HKS Power' - double sheet - two individual decals - cost $14.00

Red X 5 sets available

White X 4 sets available

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'HKS Drift Performance' - double sheet - 6 (type B)/4 (type A) individual decals - cost $10.00

Type A X 10 available

Type B X 10 available

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'Driving Performance' - double sheet - 6 individual decals - x 4 sets available - cost $17.00

'HKS Variety A' - single sheet - multiple individual decals - X 4 sets available - cost $17.00

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'Tomei Engine' - single decal - X 4 available - cost $6.00

'Tomei Expreme' - single decal - X 2 available - cost $6.00

'Nismo' - 4 individual decals - VINYL CUT REPLICA - cost $12.00

'Autoselect' - single decal - X 1 available - cost $6.00

'Supercoppermix' - single decal - X 2 available - cost $6.00

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All costing include postage anywhere in Australia.

Please pm if purchasing with the following details clearly:

1, Name and postal address

2, Type and quantity of decals wishing to purchase

Payment direct deposit into my bank account:

Name: Matthew Tang

BSB: 013-284

Acc: 5940-95085

Please detail full name when transferring funds. Decal(s) will be posted once funds have cleared (may take a few working days)

Will update on availabilty. 'First in, best dressed' approach.

Pm for any queries.

Cheers

Matt

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Pm sent regarding 'HKS Variety A' - single sheet - multiple individual decals - X 4 sets available - cost $17.00

Good point, I forgot to mention sizes of decals.

The clear backing for each decal set is 27cm X 6cm. Therefore if the decal runs almost the entire length of the clear backing, then its about 25cm long (the big logo ones - HKS Power; Tuned by HKS etc)

The variety set A, each decal is about 6 to 4 cm in length and 4 to 1 cm in width, therefore quite small.

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