Photos: Iconic Neon Museum’s Ugly Duckling Sign Undergoes Repairs

The iconic Ugly Duckling Car Sales sign makes an electrifying return to Las Vegas’s famed Neon Museum Boneyard after 136 hours of restoration and refurbishment.

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EFE
The double-sided sign, originally located on East Fremont Street, became a well-known landmark to motorists passing by on Nevada State Route 582 since the 1990s.
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The Vox Agency
Four 50-pound cases, totaling about 800 linear feet of glass, were ordered to replace the total amount of neon needed for the sign, according to the Vox Agency.
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The Vox Agency
Four 50-pound cases, totaling about 800 linear feet of glass, were ordered to replace the total amount of neon needed for the sign, according to the Vox Agency.
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EFE
Four 50-pound cases, totaling about 800 linear feet of glass, were ordered to replace the total amount of neon needed for the sign, according to the Vox Agency.
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The Vox Agency
Four 50-pound cases, totaling about 800 linear feet of glass, were ordered to replace the total amount of neon needed for the sign, according to the Vox Agency.
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Consumer Reports
Four 50-pound cases, totaling about 800 linear feet of glass, were ordered to replace the total amount of neon needed for the sign, according to the Vox Agency.
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Jimmy Thomas
Four 50-pound cases, totaling about 800 linear feet of glass, were ordered to replace the total amount of neon needed for the sign, according to the Vox Agency.
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Vernon Police Department
Four 50-pound cases, totaling about 800 linear feet of glass, were ordered to replace the total amount of neon needed for the sign, according to the Vox Agency.
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The Vox Agency
The double-sided sign, originally located on East Fremont Street, became a well-known landmark to motorists passing by on Nevada State Route 582 since the 1990s.
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