Here is what I have learned about making your own decal sets. First of all you can not simply scan a set of decals and print repro decals from it. If you try to use a regular printer there is no white ink so any white decal will be clear. Also if you use an ink jet printer the ink will also run when it gets wet. Once I learned this I thought a print shop that can print white ink would be easy to find and it was. Now when I talked to them they told me it would be no problem, when I got to the first shop they said they needed a "vectorized" image. The other shops I visited told me the same thing. How hard can that be right?
After two weeks of research I learned that a vector graphic is like an Autocad file and there is no way to simply convert a .jpg or bitmap to this format. Each logo on the sheet needed to be drawn or traced from scratch. To pay a professional to do this for will cost at least $50.00. then you need to pay for printing costs.
When I get this process perfected I will be putting these copies up for sale on this page. The prototypes I have produced so far look great! My Optima runner is wearing one of my early prototypes. Take a look and let me know what you think!
Until I get the final reproductions, here are the jpegs that I have collected.