:lol: I always use that one since I hate the dealer decal. My dealer knew what the Bullitt was all about and respected it enough not to put a decal on it in the first place.FCMCBULLITT said:Present a bill for $30 a month for advertising them on your car.
They'll probably offer to remove it for you.
Or think you are a smart a**
ecorse66 said:A heat gun did the trick for me. Get it good and warm and it should peel off just be careful with excess heat on your paint. A hair drier may be safer, if a bit slower. After you have removed as much stickum as you can with heat and your fingernail, use some Desolvit or Goo Gone to remove the residue. Finish with a coat of wax.
+1 - Suprisingly mine didn't put one either - but he was very fond of the Bullitt.BB2008 said::lol: I always use that one since I hate the dealer decal. My dealer knew what the Bullitt was all about and respected it enough not to put a decal on it in the first place.
That worked for me when I was debadging. A plastic putty knife from the paint aisle helps removal and won't scratch the finish. No lighter fluid around? Goo Gone works, but I think lighter fluid works better. Use a paper towel under the decal to minimize fluid drips. Q-tip dabs if you're apprehensive, but it's easy and painless.Rockola said:Zippo fluid