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Chances are good that the 300M emblems were cloisonné type enameled emblems. There's a pretty good chance I know where they were made, but there's no tooling or samples left there (I personally looked LOL)
Agreed that likely they were cloisonne - I researched home-brewed methods for that before I made my doorpanel emblems but the closest I found was Makit-Bakit.
 

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Chances are good that the 300M emblems were cloisonné type enameled emblems.
Friggin Big John trying to class this place up with his fancy Fraçais...

Great info though. I'd love to see the actual badges but I figured one of you guys would've posted a pic by now if a pic existed.
 

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Friggin Big John trying to class this place up with his fancy Fraçais...

Great info though. I'd love to see the actual badges but I figured one of you guys would've posted a pic by now if a pic existed.
Hey, I can even pronounce it correctly....

Actually, cloisonné is a generic term... The car emblems are actually champlevé where the base material is stamped, but that's another subject...
 

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Phantom you said...
 

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Sitting like that with blackwalls, I never would've imagined how good that looks.
That thing looks so sinister, so macho, so purposeful, so je ne sais pas.
I don't think it would work if it had any other wheelcover on it, either.
 
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