One of the items that has been lacking for most of our cars are logos, firewall plates and other marque-specific items. These are needed to identify the car at car shows and other events as well as celebrate the history and marque of each car. We started creating items such as these when we restored our 1962 Shark Roadster and created emblems for the front and back of the car as shown below.
We continued with our Bangert Manta Ray creating two designs based on Noel Bangert’s brochure artwork. The “Manta Ray” logo we used in the lower side fender areas and the “Bangert” logo seemed perfect for the dashboard. See photos below.
We’ve even created firewall badges for Undiscovered Classic cars too – including one for the Bangert Manta Ray as shown below.
Victress Emblems and Firewall Plates
Several years ago we created a limited number of Victress logos and firewall plates. Each of these are shown below. The Victress logo and firewall plate are brushed aluminum clad on a thin plastic surface. The logo has an adhesive back so it can easily be adhered to your car (just like our Bangert Manta Ray logos shown above. The Victress logo is approximate 5 inches wide by 2.25 inches tall and was copied from the Victress logo shown in brochures from 1954 and 1955.
The firewall plate is made for rivets or screws and can be stamped with numbers and letters. It is 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches. We are going to order more of both the Victress logos and firewall plates at this time so if you Victress aficionados would like to have these for your car, now is the time.
Firewall plates and Victress emblems are $45 each. If you buy two or more (mix and match is fine) the price is $40 each and shipping within the continental USA is free. Check out the images below for more detail.
Those of you interested should contact me soon to get your orders in. You can e-mail me at Undiscovered.Classics@Gmail.com and I’ll get back to you with additional detail and payment instructions.
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