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any idea if removing the decals on the limited edition dodge ram 1500 rumble bee would decrease it's value. I recently inhereted one and really don't care for the yellow racing stripe bee stickers but am afraid to take them off and then regret it if i try to sell it down the road...any advice?

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Patty Streeter,  at AskPatty.com Removing the orignal decals will decrease the value to collectors. However they do sell the decals. RumbleBee decals are available through Dodge Dealers. You can also check http://www.mopar.com online. So if you decide to remove them and sell later the new owner can buy them and put them back on, however it will not be the original factory decals. Collectors want factory original. Your Rumble Bee has a sequentially numbered instrument panel plaque, the lower the number the higher value to your potential collector buyer later on by the way.

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