In the interest of a brief and enjoyable glance at emblems using numbers, below are just a tiny, and random few emblems from assorted cars. Keep visiting, many more to come...
4WD emblem from an Isuzu Tropper.
5.0 emblem for the Ford Mustang years from 1979 thru 1993.
1937 Potiac 6 grill emblem.
6 emblem from a 1963 Chevrolet Impala.
V6 emblem from a 1966 GMC Stepside pickup.
7-litre emblem from a 1966 Ford 7-litre Galaxie.
1954 Studebaker V8 emblem.
8 emblem from a 1946 Ford Coupe Deluxe.
8 emblem from a 1964 Studebaker Commando.
VIII emblem from a 1960 Lark Regal VIII convertible.
Chevrolet 10 emblem. (source: R Gust Smith)
10 emblem from a 1968 Chevrolet C10 pickup.
1965 Chevy Custom 10 Truck Emblem.
10 emblem from a 1964 Chevrolet C10 pickup.
12 emblem from a 1934 Auburn V12 Salon Cabriolet.
1940 Cadillac V16 emblem.
30v emblem from a 2001 Volkswagen Passat GLS V6 Sedan.
31 emblem from a Chevrolet Apache pickup.
1980 Chevrolet Corvette L82 emblem. The L82 was an optional engine on the Chevrolet Corvette C3 (1968-1982 Stingray) with an output of 205 hp.
1955 Oldsmobile 88 emblem.
Oldsmobile Rocket 88 emblem.
Oldsmobile Rocket 88 emblem.
1956 Oldsmobile 88 emblem.
1960 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 convertible emblem.
88 rear taillight emblem from a 1950 Oldsmobile 88.
100 emblem from a GMC pickup.
1957 Austin Healey 100-6 emblem.
100 emblem from a 1958 Dodge Sweptside Pickup.
110 emblem from a 1942 Packard.
110 emblem from a 1966 Chevrolet Corvair.
140 emblem from a 1965 Chevrolet Corvair.
2007 Alfa Romeo 147 emblem. Produced since 2000, the 147 was voted European Car of the Year for 2001.
B170 series emblem (source: R Gust Smith)
1961 Buick Special 185 Shield air cleaner decal.
186 emblem from a Kingswood.
Peugeot 204 emblem. (submitted by Joaquin Massana).
225 emblem from a 1974 Buick Electra 225.
273, Four Barrell emblem from a Dodge Dart.
290 GD emblem from a 1928 Mercedes-Benz 290 GD Turbodiesel. in 1997 the Mercedes-Benz 290 GD Turbodiesel extended the model lineup of the G-Class, which is available with a gasoline or diesel engine, in two wheelbase versions and in several body variants produced from 1997 to 2001.
1963 Chrysler 300 Indy Pace Car front grill emblem. (From one of the 23 supplied to the Brickyard by Chrysler)
1963 Chrysler 300 Indy Pace Car rear trunk emblem. (From one of the 23 supplied to the Brickyard by Chrysler)
1963 Chrysler 300 Indy Pace Car rear seat emblem. (From one of the 23 supplied to the Brickyard by Chrysler)
300 Hurst emblem. (source: R Gust Smith)
302 High Performance emblem.
Peugeot 304 emblem. (submitted by Joaquin Massana).
326 emblem from a 1967 Pontiac Tempest.
326 emblem from a 1966 Pontiac LeMans.
1965-1967 Chevy 327 fender emblem.
327 emblem from a 1969 Chevrolet Caramo.
338 emblem from a 1960 Mercedes-Benz LK 338 Kipper dump truck. The LK 338 is an early model of the Mercedes-Benz short-nose truck series introduced in 1959. The cab design took it's cues from the shapes of the Ponton passenger cars with three-box body design. The abbreviation LK in the model designation stands for "Lastwagen" (truck) and "Kipper" (dumper). (source: Mercedes-Benz).
340, from a 1971 Plymouth Duster.
1971-1972 Dodge Demon with Pitchfork for front fender.
340 side decal, From a 1971 Plymouth Cuda 340.
340 Four Barrel side emblem from a 1969 Dodge Dart.
340 Six-Pak decal from a 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger.
Ferrari 348 TB rear emblem. The Ferrari 348 was produced from 1989-1995. Badged 348tb for the coupe and 348ts for the targa version.
351 Ford Ranchero fender emblems used on Ranchero (Fairlane and Torino) equipped with a 351 engine.
352 emblem from a 1966 Ford Galaxy.
AMC 360 4 barrel air cleaner decal (proper for 1972 and newer 360's).
360 hood emblem from a 1977 Dodge Aspen R/T.
383 emblem from a 1969 Dodge Super Bee.
390 from a 1968 American Motors AMX.
390 emblem from a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette.
1969-1970 Chevelle 396 fender emblem.
1960 Automoviles Utilitarios SA PTV 400 Luxe "400" emblem.
400 emblem from a 1972 Ford Brougham LTD.
400 emblem from a 1970 Chevrolet Impala.
400 emblem from a 1969 Buick GS 400 convertible.
Peugeot 402 emblem. (submitted by Joaquin Massana).
Peugeot 403 emblem. (submitted by Joaquin Massana).
Peugeot 404 emblem. (submitted by Joaquin Massana).
404 emblem from a 1964 Mercury Comet 404 sedan.
421 emblem from a 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix.
Chevrolet Corvette 427 Cross Flag Air Cleaner decal.
427 emblem, from a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko 427.
427 emblem from the 2006 Chevrolet Project-X Belair.
429 Ford Ranchero fender emblems used on Ranchero (and Torino) equipped with a 429 engine.
440 Nameplate hood emblem (1969 GTX, 1969-1970 Coronet R/T, Super Bee w/Ramcharger Hood).
440 hood ornament from a 1967 Plymouth GTX.
440 emblem from a 1966 Dodge Coronet.
442 emblem, from a 1970 Oldsmobile 442.
442 emblem (on front right grill), from a 1970 Oldsmobile 442.
442 Oldsmobile Cutlass Fender Emblem.
442 emblem from a 1970 Oldsmobile 442.
454 Chevy Chevelle fender/tailgate emblem (1969-1972).
500 XL emblem (source: R Gust Smith)
Coronet 500 emblem. (source: R Gust Smith)
Phoenix 500 emblem. (source: R Gust Smith)
500 front grill emblem from a 1963 Ford Galaxie 500.
500 emblem from a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500.
500 emblem from a 1958 Dodge Coronet-500 convertible.
500 emblem from a 1951 Dodge Saber-Jet Super-D 500.
572 engine stamp off GM's zz572 620 crate engine.
600 emblem, from a Seat 600d.
603 emblem from a Tatra T603. (source: Tatra 603)
Mercedes-Benz SLR 722 emblem. (Limited to a production of 50).
Honda S800 emblem. The S800 was a sports car from Honda. Introduced at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show, the S800 would replace the successful Honda S600 as the company's image car, available as either a coupe or roadster.
Early examples continued to use the chain drive and independent suspension in the rear, but after these cars (752 roadsters and 242 coupes) were produced, Honda switched to a conventional live axle rear end with four radius rods and a Panhard rod. 604 roadsters and 69 coupes were built with this setup before disc brakes replaced the front drums.
In 1968, the S800M was introduced with flush door handles and side marker lights outside, dual-circuit brakes and lean carburetion under the hood, and safety glass. These changes were made for the American market, but the car was never imported officially. Production ended in May 1970 with 11,536 S800s produced.
852 front grill emblem from a 1936 Auburn 852 SC convertible.
1976-1977 Porsche 911 emblem.
968 emblem from a 1996 Porsche 968 Cabriolet.
990-H emblem. (source: R Gust Smith)
1100 Series emblem from a 1964 International pickup.
1500 emblem from a 1963 Volkswagen Type-III Notch.
Ford Capri 1600E boot badge.
Alfa Romeo Bertone 1750 emblem.
1750 Alfa Romeo rear emblem.
3000 emblem from a 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 Mark-III BJ8 Convertible.
1953 Chevrolet pickup 3100 emblem. (submitted by Joaquin Massana).
3100 emblem from a 1956 Chevrolet pickup.
3341 emblem from a 2003 Mercedes-Benz Actros 3341A. Since 1996, the heavy-duty Mercedes-Benz trucks have gone by the name of Actros. Safety, comfort and economy were the prime considerations in the development of the new series, which is available in a large number of variants. The 3341A is from the second Actros generation.
3500 emblem from a Chevrolet Suburban.
3600 emblem from a 1954 Chevrolet 3/4 Ton pick-up.
4400 emblem from a Chevrolet extended van.