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    Posted 6 years ago

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    I've had this sign for several years and found it in a garage at an estate sale. I've sort of traced it to be a 1950 sign with the "19 straight years" on it and after talking to some Chevy people. It measures 33"W x 29"H x 7"D. It's really an "attention-getter" with the 4 color rotating light behind the words, "America's No1 choice". It has a quiet little pulley that rotates the colored sleeve around the 24" fluorescent light. I have it hanging in my basement and it generates alot of comments. I have no idea what a sign like this would be worth today, and I can never seem to find anything like it on ebay or craigslist. It's really in very good condition and it adds some life to other signs that I have acquired over the years.


    1. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 6 years ago
      Hello,What is the center part(which is taken out in the 4th pic)made of ?
    2. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 6 years ago
    3. gargoylecollector gargoylecollector, 6 years ago
      I think the font of the center piece looks like it's too modern,also bright,not slightly faded like the rest of the sign,IMO I think it was missing and someone made it up to finish it off.
    4. mintyone, 6 years ago
      The centerpiece is definitely part of the original sign. It's made out of thin plexiglass and is painted a shiny black, but the "America's No1 choice" is clear to show the colored light rotating behind the piece. If you could see that piece in person, I think you would agree it's original. The rest of the sign was painted looking a flat paint, but the red "bow tie" and center still remain shiny.

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