It’s always exciting to find something rare that against all odds, survived the test of time – and the lure of the junk yard – unscathed.
This 72″ lighted red arrow sign was manufactured in the 1940s by the United Neon Sign Company of Los Angeles, CA. and originally hung outside a New York motel. The fact that it was removed from the building’s exterior and stored for several decades is nothing short of miraculous.
It’s been rewired to now run on a standard household plug and once lit, the impressive double-sided rows of 60 bulbs blink in repetition.