Burma Shave

3D Modeling Humor posted on Nov 18, 2015
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For all you youngsters...Back in the fifties and early 60's (maybe), While traveling the highways you might come upon a row of spaced out small red signs (so you could read them as you sped past in your auto) along the edge of the roadway(two lane roads). They had individual parts on each sign like seen above. The last sign always read Burma Shave. They were meant for safety reminders but they were also advertisements for Burma Shave shave cream. This is a reminder of another disappeared piece of Americana. Thanks to: McGyver aka Vic Cook for two lane roadway EClark for Roxie's Country Girl Shirt (I only used the shirt-- the shorts and boots make up the rest of the outfit !!! use your Imagination) Everything else is Poser10

Comments (6)


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GrandmaT 4:45PM | Wed, 18 November 2015

Great scene! I remember some of those ads.

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Cyve 5:34PM | Wed, 18 November 2015

Fantastic creation !!!

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rooks 6:31PM | Wed, 18 November 2015

Yeah Grandma T we would....

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makennedy 6:55PM | Wed, 18 November 2015

Nice to see someone using Roxie, well done... (I never saw them as we lived in a rural area and didn't travel much)

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Richardphotos 8:04PM | Wed, 18 November 2015

I have not seen any of the signs for a long time. they may still be in Oklahoma. catchy title and a superb scene

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Daddywolf 12:09AM | Thu, 19 November 2015

With My Uncle driving his Cadillac from Cal to N Dakota on a summer trip at 80 to 100+ MPH you had to read fast thanks for the blast from the past!🚔

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