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Felix Chevrolet

Postby nichols » Wed Mar 30, 2005 12:20 pm

From our friends at the Museum of Neon Art
http://neonmona.org/

Cecilia Rasmussen is looking for any information about a Felix
Chevrolet sign that predates the one we see today----
The story is that there was an animated Felix sign on a building in
LA---its arms and legs were animated and there was a cartoon-like text
bubble above him that read "Order Yours from Felix"----
If anyone has info on this, please contact her asap----she's doing a
story on Felix Chev for this week's paper----
<cecilia.rasmussen @ latimes.com>

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Postby TwinJim » Thu Mar 31, 2005 12:35 pm

I seem to remember Felix Chevrolet having a pretty bad fire in the 80's. Might our neon cat have been lost in the conflagration?

I was at Fig-n-Jefferson during the recent LA Marathon and there was Felix on the roof yet it may just be one of it's nine lives.

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Postby nichols » Wed Nov 08, 2006 11:21 am

Looks like FELIX CHEVROLET is up for Historic - Cultural Monument status next Thursday

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2006, 10 A.M.
200 N. Spring Street
Room 1010, City Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90012


FELIX CHEVROLET SHOWROOM AND NEON ROOF SIGN, 3320-3350 SOUTH
FIGUEROA STREET, C.D. 9, CHC-2006-9335-HCM.
Review of Historic-Cultural Monument Application. Motion Required.
Applicant: Adams Dockweiler Heritage Organizing Committee (ADHOC)
Jim Childs and Charles Fisher
Owner: Felix LLC (Shammas, Jeanette H. Trustee)

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Postby nichols » Thu Nov 09, 2006 10:28 am

The sign in the picture is the one still standing and yes, it is included in the monument application.

The sign MONA was looking for is still undiscovered.

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Postby Lynxwiler » Wed Nov 15, 2006 10:28 am

I'm planning on attending tomorrow's hearing at City Hall. Anyone else going?

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Postby Nathan » Thu Nov 16, 2006 11:20 pm

I thought for some reason it was Friday morning.

How did it go?

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Postby Lynxwiler » Fri Nov 17, 2006 11:54 am

All was well. There were some snickers from the Board during the Felix presentation and I'm hoping they aren't taking this issue lightly. In the end, the vote was unanimous to review the structure and sign's historic-cultural monument status application. Next is to see what the owners and councilwoman think about it.

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Postby Lynxwiler » Thu Dec 21, 2006 5:52 pm

I can't find the article anymore, but saw it at the Downtown News site. They reported not too recently that the Felix Chevrolet lot that backs up against the Shrine Auditorium, across Figueroa from the main showroom, has been approved for highrise residential development.

At the moment this does not appear to hinder the landmark-nominated showroom and sign, but it's a move I've been afraid of for years; big development is coming to the Figueroa corridor and Felix is in the way. This nomination can't come soon enough.

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Postby nichols » Fri Dec 22, 2006 10:28 am

Yes, that land across from Felix (their used cars lot) is definitely heading towards high density residential. The environmental report was submitted this summer, I know it addresses a 1920s auto building and the c. 1965 International House of Pancakes in addition to the Felix used cars lot sign - and I believe there were some neon "OK" signs... are those gone?

Here's some Downtown News coverage:

http://www.downtownnews.com/articles/20 ... news02.txt
http://www.downtownnews.com/articles/20 ... news04.txt

AND Here's somebody who doesn't like it. With links to the EIR

http://stopuniversitygateway.com/home.html
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Postby nichols » Fri Dec 22, 2006 11:39 am

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Postby Nathan » Fri Dec 22, 2006 4:30 pm

According to Speer's Theorie vom Ruinenwert, a structure should at least be passable as a ruin. I doubt this will fulfill even that minor stab at architectural necessity. We'll see, though, won't we?

And note that it's surrounded by mature Canary Island date palms. Right. Those things are 20 grand apiece, if you can find them, which you can't, since they're all getting shipped off to Las Vegas.

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Postby nichols » Fri Jul 06, 2007 1:13 pm

Here's your chance to stand up for FELIX CHEVROLET

A G E N D A
CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMISSION
THURSDAY, JULY 12, 2007, 10:00 A.M.

200 N. Spring Street
Room 1060, City Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90012



10. FELIX CHEVROLET SHOWROOM AND NEON ROOF SIGN, 3320-3350 SOUTH
FIGUEROA STREET, C.D. 9, CHC-2006-9335-HCM.
Determination of Monument Status After Inspection. Motion Required.

Applicant: Adams Dockweiler Heritage Organizing Committee (ADHOC)
Jim Childs and Charles Fisher
Owner: Felix LLC (Shammas, Jeanette H. Trustee)

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Postby nichols » Fri Jul 06, 2007 1:18 pm

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This is the sign proposed as a landmark.
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This is the less fortunate sign to be replaced by condos across the street.

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So if worse comes to worse

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Postby Lynxwiler » Tue Jul 10, 2007 9:45 pm

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Time to start writing those letters to support landmarking Felix Chevrolet! Your emails must reach City Hall by Thursday, July 12, 2007.

The addresses to write to are listed below. Here are some Felix facts to think about:

HISTORIC RESOURCES STAFF FINDINGS:

1) The building "embodies the distinguishing characteristics of an architectural type specimen, inherently valuable for a study of a period style or method of construction" as an example of mid-20Ih century modern commercial architecture and monumental neon-signage design.

2) The property reflects "the broad cultural, economic, or social history of the nation, State or community" and through its association with the development and growth of the automobile and auto industry in Los Angeles.

DISCUSSION:

Located in North University Park along the Figueroa Corridor, this commercial building exhibits character-defining features of Streamline Moderne and mid-century modern architecture, consisting of an automobile showroom and large neon sign. The primary facade facing the street is symmetrically composed. On three elevations, it includes large open slanted glass windows, steel supports, and an overhanging band of smooth stucco with a ledge that curves at two corners of the building. Details include stainless steel window moldings, clerestory windows above main windows, and stainless steel and glass entry doors on front and north elevations. The interior has a vaulted roof and a ribbed sheet metal ceiling covering on underside of roof overhang. Terrazzo flooring covers most of the showroom area. A large three-sided neon roof sign sits atop the building featuring the cartoon character "Felix the Cat."

Reflecting the demand for automobiles at the end of World War 11, in 1946
architect A. Godfrey Baily designed a modern storefront and showroom for the car dealership, completely remodelling the building's original facade. In 1958, Tupman Motors sold the property to Nickolas N. Shammas, who had previously purchased the Felix Chevrolet car dealership in 1955.

The Felix Chevrolet auto dealership was established by Winslow Felix in 1922 and located on 12th Street and Grand Avenue in downtown Los Angeles. Felix had acquired the rights to use the cartoon character "Felix the Cat" for advertising purposes from its creator, Pat Sullivan. Shammas relocated the Felix Chevrolet auto dealership to the subject property and erected a large neon sign with the Felix the Cat character and Chrysler logo, designed by Wayne E. Heath. This large neon sign, visible from many vantage points including the Harbor Freeway, has become a recognizable symbol and landmark.

The Felix Chevrolet Showroom and Sign property successfully meets two of the specified Historic-Cultural Monument criteria: 1) "embodies the distinguishing characteristics of an architectural type specimen, inherently valuable for a study of a period style or method of construction," and 2) reflects "the broad cultural, economic, or social history of the nation, State or community." As a mid-century modern commercial building with monumental neon signage associated with the development of the automobile and auto industry, the property qualifies for designation as a Historic-Cultural Monument based on these criteria.

The subject building's present incarnation, with its substantial 1946 renovations and neon roof sign from 1959, is an excellent example of post-WWII auto showrooms. Constructed during the massive growth of automobile use in both Los Angeles and the nation, auto showrooms are exemplified by their use of modern design, large transparent show windows, bright lighting, and large neon signage.

According to a 2006 historical resource evaluation by Architectural Resources Group, the subject property is the oldest of three noteworthy auto showrooms in Los Angeles, the other two being Lou Ehlers Cadillac (1955) on Wilshire Blvd. and Casa de Cadillac (1949) on Ventura Blvd. The subject building's neon signage with the Felix the Cat and Chrysler logo is a major character- defining feature and individually a prominent landmark of the Figueroa Corridor and downtown Los Angeles. Its monumental size, neon lighting, proximity to the Harbor Freeway, and use of a popular 1920s cartoon character has endeared the signage to generations of residents and served as a landmark for the area.
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Postby Lynxwiler » Tue Jul 10, 2007 9:47 pm

July 09, 2007

Dear Friends of Felix,

Please help Charlie Fisher and me get the Cat out of the bag.

The Felix the Cat neon sign and Chevrolet showroom at Jefferson and Figueroa are as well known an icon to Southern Californians as our City Hall, Disneyland's Castle, the Queen Mary or the Hollywood sign. There is hardly a local child, since this landmark Cat sign was installed in 1959, that hasn't eagerly awaited its magical appearance while traversing the Harbor Freeway. Ask any adult today who grew up in the Southland about Felix the Cat and the majority will first respond with a memory related to the Cat-sign; the animated films or the comic strip character are a distant second.

Over the decades the Felix the Cat sign has welcomed millions of arriving northbound motorists to downtown Los Angeles. It has also served as the last signpost of departure, offering those leaving a whimsical farewell smile. Like the Hollywood-land sign, which was conceived as commercial real estate advertisement, the Felix sign, a graphic pun, was erected simply to enhance automobile sales. Both signs however have transcended their commercial intent and have evolved into part of our cultural landscape and inheritance.

The Cultural Heritage Commission will make their determination on our nomination for the Felix Chevrolet Showroom and Neon Sign as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument on Thursday, July 12 beginning at 10:00 am in Room 1060 at City Hall, 200 N. Main Street. Public speaking time is very restrictive and our item is scheduled to be the very last one at #10, possibly 2 hours into the meeting, so save your gas unless we talk to you.

You can REALLY help by writing a brief comment letter in support of the designation. Your letter should be sent before close of business by Wednesday the 11th. Please take the time to find at least half-an-hour and make a difference.

Make sure you identify the letter like this:

RE: CHC-2006-9335-HCM / FELIX CHEVROLET SHOWROOM & NEON SIGN

There are several key points that we hope you can address. First of all, the Felix sign is already commonly referred to as "the landmark Felix sign" because it is such a familiar icon in Los Angeles. Second, please do point out that the property is already considered historic on the state and federal level. Third, the showroom is an important example of Los Angeles's automobile culture. Fourth, that the people associated with the history of this dealership are important and reflective of Los Angeles's social and economic growth pattern. Last but not least: that darn cat. Felix the Cat is recognized by millions, and it goes almost without saying that this neon sign should be officially a Historic-Cultural Monument.

Send your e-mail to:

* Councilmember Jan Perry CD#9: jan.perry@lacity.org AND her Council Deputy, Greg Fisher: greg.fisher@lacity.org

* With a copy to: Lambert Giessinger, City Architect, Cultural Heritage Commission: lambert.Giessinger@lacity.org

* Also please send a copy to: Jim Childs of ADHOC: jeanjim@earthlink.net

Thank you very much!
Jim Childs
chair, ADHOC (Adams Dockweiler Heritage Organizing Committee)

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Postby Kimba » Wed Jul 11, 2007 6:28 am

I've been sending information to everyone I know! I'm desperate to save this sign! THANK YOU for providing the information needed to spread the news far and wide!
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Postby PlanetGlass » Wed Jul 11, 2007 10:26 am

The greg fisher address bounced back.

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Postby Lynxwiler » Wed Jul 11, 2007 1:42 pm

Yeah, the email for Fisher bounced back for me too. So long as Councilmember Jan Perry receives it, I think your voice will be accounted for.

As a just in case precaution, I also mailed a printed version of my email to Jan Perry's office. It won't arrive until after the Thursday morning meeting, but something about resending it via snail mail just makes me feel better.

Here's the mailing address, but at this point (Wed, July 11, '07), an email will still be best:
Councilmember Jan Perry
Council District #9
200 N. Spring Street
Room 420
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Re: CHC-2006-9335-HCM / Felix Chevrolet Showroom and Neon Sign

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Postby nichols » Wed Jul 11, 2007 9:36 pm

VIEW FROM A LOFT

WILL FELIX BECOME ROAD KILL?

The grassroots movement to save the Felix the Cat Showroom and Neon Sign is in the final stages...

http://viewfromaloft.typepad.com/viewfr ... -beco.html

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Postby Carlos Araujo » Fri Jul 13, 2007 6:52 am

The Felix Chevrolet dealership's neon cat sign in Los Angeles gets a historic-cultural monument designation.

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And then I remember....

Postby modfan » Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:30 am

One that's long gone (I think)- Dial Chevrolet
I still remember the jingle:

Dial Dial Dial Chevrolet
2 blocks off the Santa Ana Freeway
11980 East Firestone
Dial Chevrolet

I don't even know what's there now.
But I seem to reacall a large neon clock dial sign with the chevy logo

Or the more annoying kids choir singing-
Pete Ellis Dodge
Firestone exit
South gate

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Re: And then I remember....

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Postby nichols » Thu Jul 26, 2007 3:17 pm

From Alan Hess:

FYI--

Warren Olney interviewed me about Felix the Cat for Which Way LA -- I think it will be on later today or tomorrow....forgot to ask. Right at the end of the program.

Alan


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