Even though I will be announcing the book here and sending you to a webpage where all the info about ordering will be, I have made it a policy not to use the emails that are here on OG. I have always asked that you just send me a email that states "Add my email address to the list."
$725.00 for all the 25 books. They are all Mint or you might say NOS. If you look at Amazon for the Woodies & Wagons which is the hardiest one to find 2 months ago it sold for $668.00. $725.00 for all Or Best Offer. ( 951 ) 206- 4685 Gene. Call anytime.
here is a poll on this same subject: my intent was when this got here was too take it too the powder coater decided too go on what the majority voted for: here it is today in all its (patina) original glory .. ...
Good advice. I did go and hold it. The pictures the guy had were terrible. In person it doesn't look nearly as tan and I can tell by the way the sign has aged that it is the real deal. He even gave me a deal I couldn't refuse. All is well that ends well.
An antique dealer I know called me and said he'd bought the contents of a garage and in it was a gas pump that was too heavy for him to move and he wanted to make a quick sale. I went and picked it up today and the tag says T-177. It has some minor differences from other G&B visibles I've seen that I thought were interesting and I thought I'd get some input from the experts. The small lights that protrude form the top cover are unlike any I've seen on G&B pumps. Are they original? The base is cast iron, not stamped metal. It has a bronze banana nozzle that might be original? The long side door has no gallon selector Any thoughts? I plan to keep this pump and display in front of my garage as a "Esso" pump.