I recently acquired an 1994 Dodge Ram 1500 Rumble Bee edition. I love the body style and everything about it EXCEPT for the big yellow rumble bee racing stripes on the back end. I know they are just stickers and can be removed but i am wondering if that would be a bad choice. maybe it would decrease the value too much?? someone mentioned that if i sell it down the road i can also just buy new decals and put them back on before I sell it....should i just suffer with it?? maybe there is a way to just cover it up temporarily while I own it? a friend suggested strips of very dark window tint. any advice?
I have de-identified every vehicle I have ever owned. The first thing I do is take off all the stickers, decals and so on. I have never had a problem with re-sale. Yes, you can take them off and if you want to use them again or if the new owner wants them , then they can re-apply the decals. The rumble bee is easy to tell based on body style. I have a Ram 1500 with V-10 hood, rumble bee front spoiler, billet grill, and org bumper. I say make it yours, and drive it your way.
〉 Answered on Jan 26th, 2007 by Debbie Lee, President at Professional Car Care
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