You can try soaking it in water and see if it floats off. Then use glue from the blank areas of decal sheets to restick it. I actually did this successfully back in my early modeling days, but it was with a decal that had just been applied a few hours earlier.
The Roadster pickup is what we're talking about here. I'm 99% sure it's a Lindberg original from the stone ages, I don't think it's a Pyro or anything they picked up along the way. I think it just had a name originally it wasn't until 90's/2000's reissues (pictured above) it was labeled as a 34. The AMT closed cab 34 pickup is a classic. This is... not.
They've been out a week or two. I haven't opened one up for fear of melting my face off Ark of the Covenant style. It is an ancient Lindberg kit it's based on. It is made in the USA so it's git that going for it...
No, I doubt they made two different widths for the stock and custom versions. I think the boxart modeler just painted them to the line like he assumed the printed tires would be. Honestly I like the smaller ones better.
Probably whoever built the boxart model masked and painted the tires themselves. I think they look goofy that wide anyway but there were tires like that at the time. I like when the white wall ends at the apex of the sidewall bulge. I haven't seen a set of those 50 Olds tampo whitewalls yet that wasn't all chipped up,so the better alternative is to paint them anyway. (tampo on the right, painted on the left. taken from IMPS US review page.
Get one of these and an airbrush loaded with white acrylic, it's easy.
I did have 2 dehydrator-related accidents back when I had one without a temperature control. One was an armor model that had a metal gun barrel next to thin plastic gun shields the hot metal barrel caused the shields to deform, and the other was an aircraft cockpit that had a clear plastic instrument panel, the clear plastic melted. So I learned don't put metal or clear plastic in one. Now I have one with a temperature knob, but I still don't put metal or clear in it.
There's no iHobby this year, they're "retooling" it to a more consumer-oriented show that travels to different locations each year. It will now be in the spring starting next March in Edison, NJ. The internet and social media have rendered traditional "trade shows" worthless.