Useful Links  

Looking for even more information about the golden era of neon signs? Be sure to take a moment to check out the following sites listed below.

neonmuseum.org – The Neon Museum is a 501c3 non-profit entity dedicated to preserving the rich history of Las Vegas’ iconic art form, the neon sign. Located in fabulous downtown Las Vegas, the Neon Museum has been saving signs since 1996.

neonmona.org – The only museum in the world dedicated to neon, electric and kinetic art

musclecarranch.com – The Muscle car Ranch is a Museum with hundreds of thousands of artifacts to look at from old signs, parts and accessories to Muscle Cars, antique Trucks, Busses and Motor Cycles

roadsidepeek.com – Roadside Peek will take you on a roadside journey in time. Travel the road along the old routes across America. See the old motels, bowling alleys, drive-in theatres, neon signs, petrol pumps, googie sites, tiki villages, and other roadside treasures, even Route 66.

jalopyjournal.com – Site dedicated to everything associated with hot rod cars.

doowopusa.org – A non-profit organization founded in 1997 whose educational mission is to foster awareness and appreciation of the popular culture and imagery of the 1950s and 1960s, and to promote the preservation of the largest collection of mid-20th century resort architecture (known as "Doo Wop" architecture) found in America today.

losthighway.net – If you are interested in vintage neon signs, petroliana, porcelain signs, arcade games, coin-op, kiddy rides, and other cool stuff you'll find it on the lost highway.


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