In 1951 Elephant Car Wash opened on 4th Avenue and Lander Street in Seattle, right next door to our new location! The Elephant was the first automatic car wash in Washington and the proud owner of one of the most iconic neon signs in the history of Seattle. Today the Elephant Car Wash has over 12 locations in the greater Puget Sound area.

Western Neon designed and fabricated two four exterior signs for the Pink Elephant Car Wash in Covington, WA. The main entrance double-sided monument sign measures at 9’3″x6’6″ and is made from .090 aluminum. The cabinet was painted to match the original pink color with a black outline as well as white, green, black, grey, and two shades of blue vinyl. The retro styled sign contains 100 linear feet of pink, 18 linear feet of blue, and 60 linear feet of green exposed neon. This elephant sits upon a 7’2″x4’7″ base painted light blue with white bubbles. Another single sided pink elephant measuring 10’6″x8’6″ is hung above the main doorway. Two miniature Pink Elephant double-sided directional sign replicas reading “enter” and “exit” were fabricated with internal white grid neon illumination.
In 1951 Elephant Car Wash opened on 4th Avenue and Lander Street in Seattle, right next door to our new location! The Elephant was the first automatic car wash in Washington and the proud owner of one of the most iconic neon signs in the history of Seattle. Today the Elephant Car Wash has over 12 locations in the greater Puget Sound area.

Western Neon designed and fabricated two four exterior signs for the Pink Elephant Car Wash in Covington, WA. The main entrance double-sided monument sign measures at 9’3″x6’6″ and is made from .090 aluminum. The cabinet was painted to match the original pink color with a black outline as well as white, green, black, grey, and two shades of blue vinyl. The retro styled sign contains 100 linear feet of pink, 18 linear feet of blue, and 60 linear feet of green exposed neon. This elephant sits upon a 7’2″x4’7″ base painted light blue with white bubbles. Another single sided pink elephant measuring 10’6″x8’6″ is hung above the main doorway. Two miniature Pink Elephant double-sided directional sign replicas reading “enter” and “exit” were fabricated with internal white grid neon illumination.
In 1951 Elephant Car Wash opened on 4th Avenue and Lander Street in Seattle, right next door to our new location! The Elephant was the first automatic car wash in Washington and the proud owner of one of the most iconic neon signs in the history of Seattle. Today the Elephant Car Wash has over 12 locations in the greater Puget Sound area.

Western Neon designed and fabricated two four exterior signs for the Pink Elephant Car Wash in Covington, WA. The main entrance double-sided monument sign measures at 9’3″x6’6″ and is made from .090 aluminum. The cabinet was painted to match the original pink color with a black outline as well as white, green, black, grey, and two shades of blue vinyl. The retro styled sign contains 100 linear feet of pink, 18 linear feet of blue, and 60 linear feet of green exposed neon. This elephant sits upon a 7’2″x4’7″ base painted light blue with white bubbles. Another single sided pink elephant measuring 10’6″x8’6″ is hung above the main doorway. Two miniature Pink Elephant double-sided directional sign replicas reading “enter” and “exit” were fabricated with internal white grid neon illumination.

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