Skid Car Fairground Sign

Pedal Car Swing Fairground Sign, by Euge Sloan


SKU: RC00077.
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Product Description

A stunning fairground sign painted by the talented Euge Sloan

The Press the pedal sign is also a kickback to the Atomic thriller days and were fixed between each Skid car facing the centre cheese (running gear) as a constant reminder to the riders that if you wanted to make the cars swing in then press the pedal, and if you got it right then wow! Good judgement on when to press the pedal could make the car bounce off the safety wire. Showmen liked even the simplest signs to make an eye catching statement, and a good Showman’s Decorator could could really show their flare and skill at adapting lettering and patterns to any shaped boards and components on these machines

This fairground sign is one of our unique collection that is exclusive to Ralph & Co. in limited numbers

The sign is made from exterior grade plywood as originally used on the fairgrounds and features two coats of primer on the front, plus one coat of undercoat. It also features ‘sign writers’ enamel paint

Euge is a creative genius who has been hand painting fairground rides and signs since the 1970’s. His work is very well known, and lots of his original pieces are held in personal collections and are in high demand

With original fairground memorabilia being one of the most sought after items at the moment, there is no better time to get your hands on this unique piece of hand painted art work

This sign is personally signed by Euge on the reverse

Dimensions : Length : 120cm, Width : 50cm, Height : 0.5cm

Weight : 2.5kg

Condition : New, hand painted

Packaging : The sign will be delivered in heavy duty bubble wrap and boxed

Postage : Large Item £15 to UK Mainland or FREE local collection

Additional Information

Weight 2.5 kg
Dimensions 120 x 50 x 0.5 cm