Vintage Garage Sign Roundup

While the massive blizzard raging outside your window may suggest otherwise, Spring is coming. And with it, Spring Cleaning. If you’re like the rest of us, your garage probably looks like a war-zone right now. You could organize the junk on your work bench, or put the tree up in the attic, but doesn’t adding a retro garage sign to your wall sound so much easier? Sure, a vintage garage sign won’t scrub the dried motor oil off your floor, but it will certainly brighten things up a bit. We’ve listed a few of our favorite garage signs below, check them out:


Sox & Martin Vintage Sign:

So what if you drive a minivan – with a Sox & Martin Vintage Sign you can turn your humble little carport into a stock car driver’s paradise. The perfect addition to any garage or game room, this vintage sign encapsulates the swagger and style of the iconic Sox & Martin racing duo. For a total garage makeover, up the ante with a Sox & Martin Neon Sign.


Chevrolet Garage Sign:

10/10 Chevy guys agree: If you own the car, you need to get a sign to match. Luckily, we’ve got a whole host of Chevy vintage signs at our site, and nearly all of them feature the company’s iconic bow-tie logo. Now all you have to do is decide which one suites your style the best…


Vintage Highway Sign:

If there’s one thing that will never go out of style, it’s the iconic Route 66. Highway sign. Now you can rep. this historic American highway, and all the feelings of possibility and innovation associated with it, on your garage wall.


Pontiac Neon Sign:

Be warned: The Pontiac Neon Garage Sign is for serious auto enthusiasts only. This massive vintage sign measures a ridiculous 42″ in diameter and features the American auto company’s iconic Indian logo outlined in red neon.


Looking for something more? Don’t worry, these are just a few of the many vintage garage signs we carry. For a complete list of all our garage accessories, head over to


One Response to Vintage Garage Sign Roundup

  1. This is great! This way i can improve the appearance of my garage. I think this kind of solution might be a good idea. Especially when the motor oil leaks I guess this won’t bother me again. Do you have any other design aside on that photo?

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