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1970 Le Mans and 1969 Porsche Parade Decals

Posted on 19 November 2011 by Chris

The Motoring Journal has recently released a limited quantity of replica decals from the archives.

This 1969 Porsche Parade Decal was offered as a souvenir to those lucky enough to attend the Irvine Ranch event back in 69. It’s the perfect quarter window sticker for your pre-1970 P-Car! See pricing below. If you would like to order different quantities of each sticker please make a note for us.

The next decal is the same one that you can see in the windshield of Steve McQueen’s Legendary 911S used in the Movie Le Mans. Impossible to find? Almost, until now!

Shown here proudly displayed on TMJ fan Greg A’s Slate Grey, 1968 912

Prices Include US Postal Service to the lower 48 States. For overseas shipping please inquire.

$8.00/ 1 Sticker

$12.00/ 2 Stickers

$15.00/ 3 Stickers

For US Residents, Stickers can be purchased by sending a Paypal payment to: Chris@TheMotoringJournal.com. Please  specify in your order notes the decal and quantity you want. Paypal or personal check  mail is the only form of payment accepted right now.

Note: We ship decals once a week.

 

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9 Comments For This Post

  1. Marvin Waters Says:

    Are these decals available reverse application, inside the window. I like the outside style I bought from you but they fade and inside would work better….
    Thanks
    Marvin
    swiftmotoring@gmail.com

  2. crunge Says:

    Hi Marvin,
    The new stickers have a better UV coating and will not fade as quickly. I sent you an email with more details.

    Happy Motoring~
    Chris

  3. marina Says:

    Good morning

    I am interested in your porsche decals, can u give me P&P price for 2 decals to France please.
    Many thanks

    Marina

  4. Tom Says:

    Hi, I am interested in your porsche decals too, can you give me P&P price for 1 Le Mans decal to Finland please.

  5. Jamie Naughton Says:

    Hi there,
    Ive bought a 1969 build/70 sold 911 t. I want to at some point have it repainted in slate grey. The first thing i want to buy is the 1970 lemans pass! Do you have any of these left. Ive never seen a detailed picture of the pass so unsure what they look like but I assume yours are pretty close to the original. Am I able to buy one?

    Thanks for your help.

    Regards

    Jamie

  6. Sven Says:

    Hi,

    just found the article. Do you offer sticker Le Mans and Parade for Germany.
    Please let me know the details for Paypal.

    Sven

  7. Juergen Says:

    Hi, I’am interesting in the ‘Le Mans 70’ decal, would you also send to Austria. Kindly asking for price and paypal details.

    Regards,
    Juergen

  8. hans Says:

    Greetings,
    I am intersted in purchasing two of your stickers. May I ask if they are still for sale and the details of price and paypal.

    Kindest regards

  9. David Says:

    Is the 1969 parade decal still available?

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