I worked on this design with Paul back in the mid to late 90's and it featured on quite a few of his Reynolds 7005 d/butted frames, but in general is quite rare! The full colour decal with the 'C' logo's was for the top tube along with the 'V' shaped rainbow effect. The other 'V' was for the seat tube, with the web address being for the chainstays or seat tube. The large white 'cougar' logo's (shown in grey here) featured on the down tube, and the 'Fire CO1' was for the forks (all information as good as my memory!). This design would grace almost any alloy Cougar, but not suitable for steel. Positions for the decals are not set in stone as they can be placed wherever you like. Stand out from the rest with this almost unique design. Seen here on a blue background (not included)
All printed decals should be lacquered over for a professional and permanent finish. Failure to apply the lacquer can result in premature wear to the print. Comprehensive instructions are available here on my web site, details of which will accompany the decals.
I would advise against using these decals on a frame that has been powder coated unless this has been applied by a professional company who understand cycle frames and not the type who simply do 'iron gates'. Powder coating is without doubt a very tough finish, but can be difficult to adhere to, especially matt finishes. Best to apply to a stove enamelled frame, by an experienced frame sprayer.