tardster

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probably hard for our resident font guru to figure out from a sideways picture taken so far away - can you get a straight on close up so it can really be examined?
If mark can't id it from the poor picture I am betting no one can

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It's LGA trucking out of El Paso Texas  according to the USDOT number on the truck's fuel tank cover. 

Give them a call and ask what font they use. (915) 852-2324

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3 minutes ago, tardster said:

Thank you dwp99. I called and of course, the person who came up with that design doesn't work there anymore and they have no idea what the font is lol...

Well it was worth a try.   I also searched google images and the LGA website but couldn't find a clear straight on photo of the logo.

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Well it`s hard to see by 2 in x 2 in crappy little webernet image.

Look at Serpentine it has a U shaped like that.

I do know LGA is Air Millhouse.

If you have permisson to do that work, call the and request the file,

they should have that on file no matter who designed it.

mark-s

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The 'A' is the key to this.   In any case, you're gonna have to do some node editing, obviously.

Friz Quadrata is what I would use for the 'A' as a basis to get this design done, along with Air Millhouse for the 'G' and 'L'

 

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I kinda have to disagree with Mark on this one.

Friz quadrata "A" with some node editing.

 

 

a.JPG

 

The other two letters (L and G) are indeed AirMillhouse, with the obvious alterations in the logo.

 

Hey, graphic designers do this sometimes, putting different fonts together to make a logo.

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Right Mark but, just as likely it all was made from the Serpentine Font.

Check the Details in the G, the A, and the C.

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