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Re: Non-Petro buying and selling Guidelines READ FIRST
Oldgas #571612 Tue Sep 30 2014 12:07 AM
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I have a circa 1970's American Motors Security Officer badge from the Kenosha plant that I would like to trade for two police related license plates...would that be OK to post in this category? (If so-how do I find the page to list this? I am still learning computers, and so far, I do not see how to list something...sorry!)

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Re: Non-Petro buying and selling Guidelines READ FIRST
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Originally Posted by Kentucky Colonel
how do I find the page to list this? I am still learning computers, and so far, I do not see how to list something...sorry!

Hi Colonel,
In the Welcome email you got when you joined the forum and in the For Sale Guidelines, you'll find our policy about new members posting for sale items:

"New Members are restricted from posting New Topics in the For Sale forums until they have demonstrated knowledge of the forum and how our online community works with their posts. After 4 such posts, including posting an image, new members may request an upgrade to regular privileges."


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Re: Non-Petro buying and selling Guidelines READ FIRST
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Jim,remember the souvenir pack burros/donkeys from different states,50's era? I have some Arkansas-New Mexico,Ca. Allowed for sale?
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Originally Posted by hawkike
Jim,remember the souvenir pack burros/donkeys from different states,50's era? I have some Arkansas-New Mexico,Ca. Allowed for sale?
Thanks.

Those are kind of strange, Frank. But they are "transportation" and are old enough. So what the heck, post 'em.


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Thanks Jim,i agree they were sort of "transportation"!


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Leather jackets/vintage clothing now. I guess it it is Non-Petro, but aren't there enough other sites for these people to sell there stuff on?


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1940s to 1950s Coca-Cola machine
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I am looking for a vintage Coca-Cola machine from the 1940s or 1950s to hold my vintage glass soda bottles. Right now im keeping them in my vintage Manitowoc Sub Zero Freezer that doesnt run but it works to store them in, the problem is that you have to close the doir hard which makes the Manitowoc shake and vibrate a little, making me nervous that the soda bottles will fall over and break. Ive been lucky so far but i have a feeling one of these days their going to fall over and break.

I do not want to spend any more than 200 to 300 dollars. The machine doesnt have to run, just as long as i can open and close the door on it.

I live in Southwest New Mexico down in the bootheel, so if anyone has a extra Coca-Cola machine or know where i can get one please let me know.

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