Hey Guy's, thanks for the replies. Unfortunately brochure photos will not cut it. The contain photos taken at an angle. This causes the appearance of the decals to be deformed/mishapen as the photo's have a 'vanishing point'. The method used to copy decals is by taking a side-on photo taking the length and height of the coach to give it scale. The decal is then 'cut' from the image and then pasted into a Photoshop file, color/design added then printed out on a wide bed vinyl printer. Hey presto! Perfectly sized , shaped and colored decals. You can see, I really need Daybreak 3270 photos taken straight on to the side of the coach - imagine blueprint style. Nothing else will do, I'm sorry to say.
If you are able to provide a photo of that type from a different year model that could help me greatly. Color and style do not matter so much as this can be amended in the computer program/design. All I need is photos taken looking absolutely straight at the side of your coach whilst standing midway along the side, front, rear. This will enable the swoops and slashes to be copied exactly and to create a new matching set of decals.