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25.05.2014
Animated simulated-neon signs are great for adding a time and place, or recognizable advertising icons to your scenes. These limited-edition Light Works USA simulated-neon signs from come with all electronics and require minimal assembly, making them easy to add to rooftops or highway scenes. While they're shown as a specific scale, they're usable in several scales depending on whether you want large or small signs. All trademarks and copyrighted material within these web pages, remain the property of their respective holders. Product DescriptionThis is the Denver & Rio Grande Western Animated Neon Billboard - Light Works USA(TM) by Micro-Structures.


Product DescriptionThis is the Animated Neon 3-D Christmas Tree Assembled from Micro-Structures. Yeah, the 1970s up to the early 1980s were a golden age for MRR magazine, lots of classic articles and covers.
Been thinking about buying also, dose anyone know how they do their pre order and the expected release date?
Product FeaturesFrom dancing chase lights to pointing arrows, these animated electroluminiscent billboard kits feature a wide variety of colorful, simulated-neon graphics for a variety of businesses.
As a last resort I may settle for a refit, but I would like to keep it as close to real as I can.


DMW, the creator and maintainer of these web pages, assumes that all contributions are made free of charge. Large signs are suitable for HO and larger scales, medium signs are usable as large N Scale signs and in HO Scale.



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