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1910s Colorado to Gulf Highway markerThis road ran from Denver to the Port of Galveston and was a precursor to U. S. highway 87 and U. S. highway 287.
The sign is either 24 by 8, or 12 by 4 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.
Available with left, right, or double arrow.
1910s red, white, and blue guide signThis style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California all over the southwest, including along Route 66. It was used from 1915 to 1927.
The sign is 24 by 18 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.
Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.
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