Retro neon signs: Commonly associated with the 1950s, neon advertising signs enjoyed a long heyday from the 20s through the 60s.
Today neon isn’t just for businesses, but for anyone who wants to add bright color and a cool vintage vibe to a game room, kitchen, garage, or home bar.
There is a large selection of neon signs, made with hand bent neon tubes and industrial quality materials.
Retro neon lights
These works of retro art come in a variety of themes and styles, including hot rods and classic cars, diner food, beer, poker, billiards, and tons more; and you’ll find popular retro brands like Ford, Chevrolet, Harley-Davidson, and Budweiser.
Neon signs are a fabulous decorating idea and they are also an investment.
Vintage neon lights
Rare Lighted And Vintage Neon Signs
If you are looking to add something truly rare and unique to your collection, then one of our working, antique neon signs could be right up your alley. Unlike, porcelain and tin signs which were produced in much greater numbers, these vintage neon signs are often one of just a handful remaining in existence. Some of them are even one-of-a-kinds. Most of these retro signs have never before been for sale.
Many were found in private collections and held for many years prior to us offering them for sale. None of these antique signs have been doctored or upgraded to appear better than they actually are.
Restoring neon signs
A complete vintage restoration includes not only repair of the parts that can be seen – the body, the trim, the chrome, the accessories – but the parts that are not necessarily visible or otherwise evident, including the pipes, the inside and underside, the frame, the mechanical, and all ancillary parts like the electrical system, accessories, etc.
Besides repairs done to correct obvious problems, repairs are also done for cosmetic reasons. For example, even if a part is covered and not seen, and is structurally sound, it should have the insides unmounted, then any required repairs such as rust removal, straightening, priming, and painting.
All of the parts showing wear or damage that were originally painted are typically stripped of old paint, with any rust or rust related damage repaired, dents and ripples removed and then the metal refinished, primed, and painted with colors to match the original factory colors. Some vintage items will include worn or pertained original parts showing its age and wear.
80’s neon sign
Neon Signs help bring people back to a simpler time and celebrate the ’80s style. These are perfect for any room in the house such as your kitchen or basement. You could even put these neon signs in your decked out garage. If the ’80s aren’t your thing that’s OK, because there is a variety of other neon signs for your home or business.
Get customers excited when they see your neon sign on display letting them know you are now open for business.
Vintage light up sign
These new neon signs in metal cans feature multicolored, hand blown neon tubing. Each sign is 3 feet across, and the glass tubes are surrounded by a sturdy, commercial-grade black steel housing.
Your neon sign will come to your door suspended in a wood crate made especially to transport this giant neon sign. All you do is hang it up and plug it in – no assembly or special wiring required.
Vintage neon signs for man cave
The garage is a safe refuge that guys have at home. Turning it into a garage man cave may just be the upgrade you need. Transform it from a dingy, storage space into a place where you can escape into your own world, just a few feet away from your living room.
A man cave garage is a great way for motorheads, both car and bike enthusiasts alike, to display their collection as well as work on them from time to time.
Vintage Neon Signs have become fashionable in the world of restoration