Boop-oop-a-doop! This clock features the irresistable icon, Betty Boop, whose smoldering sensuality and empowered independence has kept her in our hearts since 1930! Looking snazzy, clad in leather on her hip motorcycle, Betty's taking to the road in style. Color: Pink background with thin black and red trim, street is gray with black lines, hearts and font reading: BETTY BOOP is red, numbers on clock face are black, and neon when illuminated is pink. approx. 10" wide by 14" tall there are small holes in each corner for nails/screws and easy mounting. There is also the option to hang the sign up by using the attached hook on the back. Adapter (to plug in and illuminate neon) enclosed in package. "AA" Battery required for quartz clock is NOT included. A BRIEF HISTORY OF NEON: Neon arrived in America in the early 1920s after being invented in France. The appeal was instantaneous and it gave new meaning to the phrase "a picture is worth a thousand words". Neon was considered "high class" and adorned the Big Corporation signs and logos of the 1930s. By the 1950s neon had transformed the American roadside into a magical, luminous wonderland. Nowadays, much of Route 66 and the old main streets are gone, leaving the rusty old neon signs which once glowed in all their glory. And now they're back for your enjoyment!