Mr. D. Upton's '37 Dodge. Enameled emblem restoration by Emblemagic.
Mr. J. Irwin's '52 Studebaker. Plastic insert emblem reproduction by Emblemagic.
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The next plastic emblem schedule:
The scheduling date information is only relevant to customers who have not already placed an order, and who will be ordering either a new reproduction or an emblem not currently in stock. Emblem stock can be checked by clicking on the part number of an emblem on the price lists, or by entering the number manually from the main plastic emblem page. You can also call or email us to verify whether an emblem is in stock.
Please note: Due to our chronic backlog this is the next schedule for which we are accepting orders. Many times a customer will have the original emblem and wonder if it would be faster to have it restored rather than waiting for a stock reproduction to be made. Unfortunately, restorations are scheduled identically to "new reproductions" which means that they will take just as long, or in some cases, even longer than just waiting for the a stock reproduction to be made on the upcoming schedule.
Plastic insert emblems that are on our price list but not currently in stock:
Progress on the Current Schedule (updated as each progress point is completed)
We are currently working on the plastic emblems that are scheduled for November 2017 Completion. Check the upper right hand corner of your work order for the estimated completion date if you are waiting for an emblem. The current schedule (shown below) is still open to new orders so hurry!