Design An Emblem?

Crests/emblems always told a story or history. Stars and Stripes could certainly mean the USA I suppose, but what about the other two?
Fran is British, so I assume that's the reason for the three lions. The fleur de lys looks like a reference to France, which could shorten to Fran.
 
It's the history of Detroit - Ruled by the British, French and then of course, us.

Could we include a cup, maybe a likeness of the Vanderbilt cup in the center? The Vanderbilt was the first major international race held in the US. It could represent race victories that the brand already has achieved.

Possibly that it would make it too busy, already a lot going on there. Thinking out loud...
 
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More thinking... (it's dangerous)

Make the top Stars and Lion, the bottom the Vanderbilt cup.
Story - Brit in America manufactures race winning machines.
 
I think a cup would be nice, something to dictate racing anyways?

I also agree with Ken, matching set of center cap emblems would be nice as well. Speaking of, do blank center caps come with the car or do we have to source?
 
Marcus: I believe you are mixing two different people. Fran Hall is the gentleman that owns Race Car Replicas (RCR) and builds the SLC (plus others) and is originally from England.

Jim Hall is the gentleman that was engaged in the development of the Chaparral race cars and is from Texas.
 

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Marcus: I believe you are mixing two different people. Fran Hall is the gentleman that owns Race Car Replicas (RCR) and builds the SLC (plus others) and is originally from England.

Jim Hall is the gentleman that was engaged in the development of the Chaparral race cars and is from Texas.
Well, being able to read is an clear advantage.....

You are correct, thanks for pointing that out :thumbsup:
 
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