Original 1940's Chrysler MOPAR Advertising Neon Light Up Dealership Clock Sign For Sale


Original 1940's Chrysler MOPAR Advertising Neon Light Up Dealership Clock Sign


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Original 1940's Chrysler MOPAR Advertising Neon Light Up Dealership Clock Sign:
$260

Read entire sale before offerding. This sale is for a vintage 1940's Mopar Dealership neon advertising clock. Clock is 18" across and has an art deco glass face. Clock runs but needs cleaned and oiled, neon tube is in good condition but needs 2000 watt transformer, advertising has been painted over so needs to be restored. Advertising reads "USE CHRYSLER CORPORATION PARTS DIVISION PRODUCTS" "MOPAR PARTS ACCESSORIES".Clock is being sold as found, if you can restore what a wonderful addition this item would make to your collection. The last picture is of another clock which shows what this clock should look like.
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