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1969 Garage Art

1969 Garage Art
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Wish you were living at a time when you could buy a brand-new 1969 Mopar? Well, thanks to the popularity of our last two big metal signs which highlighted the 1970 and 1971 Dodges and Plymouths, we’ve done the natural thing and stepped back in time to 1969 to produce a similar version with all the cool 1969 models. MCG’s newest garage art is about as close as you're ever going to get to that bygone era. Like the last two signs, this one is reminiscent of a vintage newspaper ad you would’ve seen in the Sunday paper. We kept things the same size wise in case our readers want to get the whole set, so it measures in at a large 35x40”. It’s perfect for any shop or man cave, depicting many of the most popular Mopars of 1969 in some of their most outrageous colors. Hang this thing anywhere and never worry about it rusting, as with all of MCG's garage art, we printed it on aluminum, then UV coated each piece for a long-lasting finish indoors or outdoors. Just like all our other garage art signs, these will be numbered and limited to 2,500 total pieces. And if you didn’t pick up one of the 1970 and 1971 versions, don’t worry, we still have some left and lined up together, these look really impressive. We’ve all said it to ourselves, “If we could only go back in time and buy some of these things new and have put them away,” it would’ve been the best investment anyone could’ve made. We can’t sell you a time machine, but, we can offer up these reminders of when our favorite cars were new and downright cheap, and, nobody was worried about gas mileage! The new retro 1969 Dodge and Plymouth “MCG Motor Company” sign is priced at $75.95, plus shipping and handling