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I want to give Steve ( forum ID: 750four) a big shout out for working with me to produce a custom tank decal for a project I am working on..

He was a pleasure to work with and extremely patient with the 100+ alterations or requests , before I was happy with the end result..

Steve's a well talented graphic designer and nice guy to deal with..

If you need any decals or stickers made up, I can highly recommend his services..

Steve.. You're my first stop when I need any decals in the future and thanks again for helping me out... It was greatly appreciated..


Cheers
John

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Will do Chuck...


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I'm looking forward to it with great anticipation John.....and also a consideration regarding..,(that other 'postage stamp' sized one) for sometime in the future:)

Did you use the measurement I sent you for this one John?
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I'm looking forward to it with great anticipation John.....and also a consideration regarding..,(that other 'postage stamp' sized one) for sometime in the future:)

Did you use the measurement I sent you for this one John?
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Hi Brian

I had Steve do it fractionally bigger and more traditional shield shaped, as apposed the the original 1980's OEM version..

It looks 100% better than the original Superbike Champion version.


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Hi Brian

I had Steve do it fractionally bigger and more traditional shield shaped, as apposed the the original 1980's OEM version..

It looks 100% better than the original Superbike Champion version.


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Really looking forward to seeing it John......,oh by the way I had a Guinness over here earlier today........., it was HORRENDOUS!!!!!

As flat as a pancake and as bitter as gall.., with no head!...... Avoid.., avoid!!!

The only resemblance to a real one (tomorrow:)) was the glass it was in!

When you ask for a Guinness in N Ireland...,it is pulled slowly .., in stages..,and 'sits' on the bar for around 3 minutes before they give you it..., it has a thick (about 20/25mm) creamy head that 'stays' to the bottom of the glass and is as smooth as silk.

This one was pulled in about 8 seconds and given over before I could blink.......,2 mm head that disappeared after 20 seconds and tasted like black petrol!
 

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