Add visual interest and excitement to any layout with unique, incredibly realistic animated billboards. These paper-thin light-up signs produce no heat and incorporate many new design features, including improved connectors, no painting required, longer life, and stiffer laminations. All billboards include a 3-cell AAA battery pack (batteries are not included). Current draw: 95 ma. Made by Miller Engineering.
Burma Shave was introduced in 1925 by the Burma-Vita company. The product's infamous roadside signs originated in 1925 and remained a major advertising component until 1963. Typically, six consecutive small signs would be posted along the edge of highways, spaced for sequential reading by passing motorists. The last sign provided the 'punch line,' which was almost always 'Burma Shave.'
2.35 inches wide x 1.75 inches tall; suitable for HO and N scale.