Restoration Decals & Transfers
There are many key details when it comes down to restoring a vintage Triumph, BSA or Norton motorcycle
Although there are different levels of restorations, there is one factor that all restorations have in common.... the use of decals!
All decals that are used on a resto or an original motorcycle need to be "correct" and in their proper location
Decals for your restoration
Using high quality and correct decals on a restoration or refurbishment is critical to preserving such a classic and iconic machine
Today Classic British Spares is excited to announce our restoration decal expansion and collection now listed on our website
We have been working tirelessly in obtaining the best quality and accurate decals for your vintage British machine
Our decals that you will find across our site are mostly imported from England, Canada and some are actually made right here in the USA
This allows a tight quality control and ease of stock replenishment
We have a large growing range of decals to suit many traditional Triumph, BSA and Norton motorcycles
We are adding decals to the site and updating our listings monthly with new styles
Most of the restoration decals we offer are better known as "transfers"
Many decals are printed on 3M high-grade transfer paper
Transfers are similar to a “peel and stick” sticker or decal but are made to a much higher quality with greater detail and color
Not to confuse, we do not sell any waterslide or varnish transfers on the site - only decals in the way of “transfers”
Transfers are easier to apply and can be clear coated over offering a longer lasting finish
Decals for purchase
Ready to restore your motorcycle back to showroom condition?
Below are some links that showcases our entire decal product line
Decals start at only $4.95
|Triumph Decals||Click Here|
|BSA Decals||Click Here|
|Norton Decals||Click Here|
|All Decals||Click Here|
All decals across the Classic British Spares website ships fast and free within the lower 48!
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