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This rustic, vintage-style tin sign takes you back to an America fueled by gasoline, built with steel and driven by old-fashioned American muscle. It’s a time when the highways crisscrossing our nation’s vast, empty spaces were truly wide open and long stretches more-or-less untamed and lawless like the “Wild West” of the 1800s. The horses of this era were chrome and steel - Harley Davidsons, Indians and even homemade choppers –, and the cowboys, pioneering, tough-guy bikers. Can you feel the rumble of the road and the wind in your hair? You just might when you hang one of these cool, authentically weathered and aged signs in your home or office. At 12 1/2” wide x 16” high it’s perfectly sized for practically any location, and the classic candy apple red motorcycle and sexy 1930s pinup girl illustration beautifies any space - garage, man cave, workshop, living room, bedroom, kitchen and more. There’s really no wrong place to hang it! “Motorhead Garage” and “Since 1939” emblazon the top and bottom in old-school art deco lettering. Twin motorcycle cylinders float in the gracefully blemished and worn black background, and a classic “Made in the USA” winged shield adds a subtle finishing touch of authenticity. Why waste your money on expensive fad-based interior decorating, when this timeless piece of home décor will never go out of style? Best of all, you won’t find a lower price on this and all of our sweet vintage-style signs! So fill your walls today and never worry about decorating again! Don’t forget friends and family; the Motorhead Garage Rustic Tin Sign makes a great, memorable gift for bikers, mechanics, art deco fans or anyone who appreciates great mid-century American art.