I posted in the Want to Buy section many years ago and got no answers so I thought I'd try again. Back in the early 60's, my wife's father had a service station in Glendale, California. It was called Tiny's Flying A Service. If anyone has anything from that station, a sign, matchbook, map, photo, anything, we'd love to see it and perhaps buy it. After I post this, I'll update my email address.
Don't know if I can get the email address changed, so please use this one: wmbelef AT icloud DOT com.
3 Ring Binder of equipment information published in April 1987 on various Fill-Rite pumping equipment, including price sheets. This appears to be complete and I am selling together for $45.00 +shipping. Send me a PM if you are interested or would like additional pictures.
Overall appears to be in very good condition with a few pages having stains from age. Again, I am not sure if it is complete. A list of items: Fill Rite Fuel Lock Fill Rite Series 1500-B Elite Commercial Pumps model 316, 716 Cabinet Models 30 GPM Consumer Electric pumps Fill Rite Series 1200, hand operated transfer pumps, stroke pumps Models 807 industrial meters, series 900 Price lists are dated July 1986, February, April, May 1987 and a couple parts sheets dated February 1985 Parts and Service bulletins for Model 716, 316, 317, Series 300, Series 700A,Series 800A, Series 900, Series 1200/2400, Series 5200,Series 100, Series 30 A few additional miscellaneous data sheets
I'm rebuilding an Eco 97 and the bell clacker doesn't reset to ring bell every time. I was wondering if I'm missing a spring inside any one with information on this with photo if spring is attached and where it is attached would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Randy
Looking to gather information regarding a sign I recently came across. It is a porcelain Pegasus. Dimensions: Nose to Wingtip 37", front hoof to rear hoof 45", front hoof to wingtip 53.5". It is not perfect, does have chipping and some paint overspray, but no touchups that I can see, slight bend in front leg. Any information on age and value would be appreciated. Do these signs always face to the left or were they made in both directions like the cookie cutter signs?