Customer Cars

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Mr. D. Upton's '37 Dodge. Enameled emblem restoration by Emblemagic.

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Mr. J. Irwin's '52 Studebaker. Plastic insert emblem restoration by Emblemagic.

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Products and Services Offered

Products in Stock
Chrysler plastic insert emblem Plastic Insert Emblems 
This is our illustrated price list of plastic reproduction emblems that we carry.  If an emblem in our alphabetical lists are not in stock for immediate shipping, it will be made to order. 
Buick enameled emblem Enameled Emblems
These are our illustrated and chronological price lists of original, (not reproduction) emblems that are already restored and in stock. We also have many unrestored emblems in stock available for restoration.  There is also a page of miscellaneous enameled badges that are NOS original stock.
metal plastic emblems Plastic and Metal construction emblems
Mostly American cars from the 60's and 70's but also includes some hood ornaments, and some all metal emblems. Most emblems in this section are NOS originals.
appliance emblems Appliance and other miscellaneous badges
Mostly appliance, but some other old miscellaneous badges, either in like new condition, or in need of plating to be like new.
short production run emblems Short Production Run emblems (Sorry, this service is suspended indefinitely)
These are generally plastic insert emblems that are factory made in quantities of approximately 300 or more.  Better pricing can be achieved with this method. More information.
Mercedes hood ornament Miscellaneous Emblems
These are emblems we have in stock that don't exactly fit either the plastic or enameled categories.  Be sure to check here if you haven't found your emblem anywhere else on our site.
clip art of paint brush and palette Plastic Insert Emblem restoration. 
This service is available if you have your original plastic emblem. We are no longer reproducing this type of emblem.
craftsman working at table Enameled Emblem restorations
This service is ideal, if you have the original enameled emblem, but you are unable to find it on our price list.
assorted original unrestored enameled emblems Enameled & Plastic Emblems that are not restored in stock.
We have many emblems (both plastic and enameled) that are not restored, so are not listed with the restored emblems.  If we have what you are looking for, we can restore it for you.


Emblems not handled by Emblemagic

PLEASE NOTE: The emblems listed below fall outside of our specialty, so we neither stock nor restore them. However we do stock some emblems that do not fit into our usual product lines here and here, (or check under "other" in the drop down menus at the top of the page.) We regret that we are unable to furnish any other suggestions, endorsements etc. on where these emblems might be found or how to restore them. Check out the ad below or our Link Pages for other helpful sources.


  • nameplates, scripts and lettering in either plastic or metal car emblem script
    The most common type of emblem, having been used throughout the prewar and postwar eras. usually chrome plated or with painted highlights. When these emblems deteriorate, the plating pits, or wears off, loses its studs or simple breaks. They may also have painted highlights which wear away.
  • painted metal
    Such as thin brass stampings from the pre-war period, with paint in the recessed areas. This kind of emblem is usually thin and easily bent and is usually wrapped over a heavy gage base. It can sometimes be difficult to know whether an emblem was originally painted or enameled. Please contact us if you are unsure, and we will try to help you determine the type. Another example would be the chrome plated die cast or stainless steel stamping made in the post-war period with paint again in the recessed or top areas. When these emblem deteriorate, the paint gradually wears thin and disappears.
  • hood mascots of solid metal, glass, or color dyed plastic
    hood ornaments, usually made of chrome plated die-cast pot metal. In the post war era, transparent amber, red, etc. colored heads or wings.
  • decals
    graphic designs, logos or lettering using a transfer method for use over painted surfaces.
  • Miscellaneous
    Body ID tags or plates, engine plates, dash plaques, bezels, lenses, license plates, hybrid emblems, etc. The list could go on but you get the picture!
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