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Litchfield, IL - 2014 : The restored Vic Suhling neon sign can be found at the Litchfield Museum and Route 66 Welcome Center.

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The historic66.com website and its suppliers and associates make no warranty as to the completeness and/or accuracy of the content. Therefore, the information on this website is provided free of any warranty or liability.

The visitor will dismiss the historic66.com website and its suppliers and associates from any claims. By using information from this website, the visitor agrees with the content of this disclaimer.


Purchases on Amazon are done directly between the visitor and Amazon. All prices, availability information etc. are merely provided as a courtesy and to facilitate the decision-making. The final transaction and prices are always done with Amazon itself and overrule any prior information. As such any discussion, and/or help needed are a matter to be resolved between Amazon and the website visitor directly.

Although endeavors are made to present descriptions as accurately as possible, any directions on where or how to find Route 66 or any side trip and/or attraction are merely to be considered suggestions. They should not be considered correct, nor unchangeable. While there are warnings about adverse road conditions in the descriptions, please be aware that conditions can change rapidly and that these are no way complete for every type of vehicle.

In the end Route 66 is a decommissioned highway. Conditions can and frequently do change. Be careful, be prepared, and use good judgment. The one who is there in person should always assess the current situation, the condition of the road, and the compatibility of the road with their own possibilities as well as those of their vehicle. Include the meteorological conditions and the state of (or lack of) maintenance of the road into that decision. If there is a need for a safer, more modern and better maintained alternative routing with more help available: there is always the Interstate.