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can anyone help me with finding the font for the cobalt emblem like on the trunk of the cobalt

wtf is the RS?

I have a Cobalt SS Supercharger and never heard of the RS version, only the LS, LT1, LT2, LT3, SS and SS/SC.

Link to specs please ?

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can anyone help me with finding the font for the cobalt emblem like on the trunk of the cobalt

wtf is the RS?

I have a Cobalt SS Supercharger and never heard of the RS version, only the LS, LT1, LT2, LT3, SS and SS/SC.

Link to specs please ?

ss = super sport, rs= rally sport

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can anyone help me with finding the font for the cobalt emblem like on the trunk of the cobalt

wtf is the RS?

I have a Cobalt SS Supercharger and never heard of the RS version, only the LS, LT1, LT2, LT3, SS and SS/SC.

Link to specs please ?

ss = super sport, rs= rally sport

I know what they stand for, but I've never heard of an RS Cobalt. :DD

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Guest Al-tint
wtf is the RS?

The RS in this flyer did not come off the GM production line. It is a current model that has been "re-badged" at the dealer with a kit from the Morgan Group. If you look at the flyer it has a spoiler decal, upper side quarter decal, windshield decal and RS on the side and back.

The Morgan Group has had kits out for years for different GM vehicles. Chevy "Montana" Pickup, Chevy "Thunder" Pickup and Sierra "Nevada" Pickups.

Same ice cream, different toppings. :lol2

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Guest Al-tint

Anyway for the answer to your question about the font.

Car makers, wakeboard makers, record labels, movie titles etc. pay designers big bucks to come up with names and name designs.

They don't just take a "font" and spell out their corporate logo's.

The words cobalt, uplander, silverado, escalade, corvette, monte carlo, ss etc. have all been designed as just that word without the rest of the alphabet. You won't find a "font" that will match pt cruiser, mustang, charger, F350, or Pizza Hut.

You will find a font that will match "Coca Cola" very close, but it was designed 90 years AFTER the original 8 letters were done.

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