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1989 side and transom decals

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Category: General Correct Craft Discussion
Forum Name: General Discussion
Forum Discription: Anything Correct Craft
Printed Date: October-19-2019 at 9:03pm

Topic: 1989 side and transom decals
Posted By: SoggyDollar89
Subject: 1989 side and transom decals
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 11:58am
Anyone still have a lead on near original decals on a 89 SN? I have tried N3, no correspondence,, only have '88 version available. I really would like to restore to as near as original as I can, even if someone has done the font, shading and checkerboard design work I can find someone to print.

Posted By: bfootr
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 12:50pm
I’ve got an 89’ SN as well that needs new decals. Aren’t the SN hull graphics the same except for the smaller “2001” on the 89’? If so, is showing both available. I haven’t seen the transom “Competition Ski Nautique” decal though.

Posted By: Hollywood
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 12:53pm
If you look at the brochure and in the diaries (be careful not all boats are original) you should be able to spot the subtle differences.

Posted By: SoggyDollar89
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 12:57pm
there is a specific checkerboard and shadowing, see other posts in forums, and yes there is the smaller 2001.

Posted By: SoggyDollar89
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 1:03pm

Posted By: SoggyDollar89
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 1:59pm
trying N3 boatworks again, maybe I will have better luck

Posted By: SunFun
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 2:17pm
I got the side and transom decals for my 89 from:

Adam Barnhart


Service Department

7001 Hawthorn Park Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46220

317.845.9253 Office

317.752.2664 Mobile

1989 SN 2001

Posted By: phatsat67
Date Posted: June-12-2019 at 3:13pm
I will send you a PM with some contact info.

Posted By: Cam05210
Date Posted: August-19-2019 at 7:08pm
Waiting on my transom plus pin striping that I ordered from N3 and the infamous Adam and Matt. Looking forward to getting everything. Fall project..

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