I've never heard of these scallops being availabe as decals- maybe there's an untapped market ou there ...?
Meriden did use decals first for the TR7T Tiger Trail in the form of the 'Triumph' logo within a stylised 'T' and then with the gold-lined, multi-coloured scallops of the TSX. These were hard to apply as one decal over the curve of the tank side so were cut in two with the eventual Triumph metal badge covering the split.
The scallops were painted and were not random. There are different patterns for different years and Meriden did use paint masks. The pinstripe was hand lined and differed between tanks in width. Different masks resulted in slightly different scallops within a model year. Unless your scallops are black or white a decal would look terrible. The tanks were usually candy paint over a silver, gold, or white base. A decal would have none of the depth that candy paint has.
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