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#360895 - Fri Oct 05 2012 10:01 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: 1937 GMC]
1937 GMC Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 22 2011
Loc: DFW Texas
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#360897 - Fri Oct 05 2012 10:06 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: 1937 GMC]
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Registered: Fri Apr 22 2011
Loc: DFW Texas
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#360900 - Fri Oct 05 2012 10:18 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: 1937 GMC]
Dave's Garage Offline
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Registered: Mon Dec 05 2011
Loc: Abbotsford, British Columbia, ...
Wow, a lot of nice items!!!

Appreciate you taking the time to take and post the photographs.

Thank-you,
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Dave's Garage & Memorabilia, Inc.

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#360927 - Sat Oct 06 2012 05:52 AM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: Dave's Garage]
Martin from OZ Offline
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Registered: Tue Jun 26 2012
Loc: Melbourne Australia
thats a whole lot a gas stuff.... the swap meets down here in melb (Bendigo and Ballarat(the largest in the southern hemisphere) ) produce some small quantities.. probably totalling the first 4 or 5 pics... lol

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#360944 - Sat Oct 06 2012 09:37 AM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: Martin from OZ]
Craig Osbeck Online   content
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Registered: Tue Jan 06 2009
Loc: Portland Oregon
Thank you for the pictures. Nice Richfield pump.
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#360954 - Sat Oct 06 2012 10:27 AM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: Craig Osbeck]
signgod2112 Offline
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Registered: Fri May 14 2010
Loc: Texas
The gas pumps belong to Oldgas member Mark Smith from Arkansas. He always has nice items.

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#360996 - Sat Oct 06 2012 05:02 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: Dave's Garage]
blacktee Offline
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Registered: Mon Jan 17 2005
Loc: Saline, Mi USA
Originally Posted By: Dave's Garage
Wow, a lot of nice items!!!

Appreciate you taking the time to take and post the photographs.

Thank-you,


DITTO, THANK YOU !

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#360997 - Sat Oct 06 2012 05:10 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: blacktee]
blacktee Offline
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Registered: Mon Jan 17 2005
Loc: Saline, Mi USA
The Texaco Marine Lubricants sign doesn't look right ? (Page 2). Curved Texaco is all bunched at the top, missing a boat? Certainly not like any I've seen. Maybe they made different versions ? Looks like an oil rack sign.


Edited by blacktee (Sat Oct 06 2012 05:38 PM)

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#361379 - Sun Oct 07 2012 10:53 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: blacktee]
Ed Steagall Offline
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Registered: Sun Jan 07 2007
Loc: Tucson, Az. USA
cry Sure was a lot of LION SIGNS there!

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#361397 - Mon Oct 08 2012 01:12 AM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: blacktee]
Dick Bennett Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
Originally Posted By: blacktee
The Texaco Marine Lubricants sign doesn't look right ? (Page 2). Curved Texaco is all bunched at the top, missing a boat? Certainly not like any I've seen. Maybe they made different versions ? Looks like an oil rack sign.

Missing Sailboat between the 2 larger boats & the A in Texaco is missing the white. Appears to be a Painted sign.

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#361482 - Mon Oct 08 2012 12:43 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: Dick Bennett]
1937 GMC Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 22 2011
Loc: DFW Texas
Originally Posted By: Dick Bennett
Originally Posted By: blacktee
The Texaco Marine Lubricants sign doesn't look right ? (Page 2). Curved Texaco is all bunched at the top, missing a boat? Certainly not like any I've seen. Maybe they made different versions ? Looks like an oil rack sign.

Missing Sailboat between the 2 larger boats & the A in Texaco is missing the white. Appears to be a Painted sign.


You are correct it was a hand painted sign; in person you can tell, but looks good to display as such. They were selling as a hand painted sign, NOT trying to sell it as an original.
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#361486 - Mon Oct 08 2012 01:18 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: 1937 GMC]
Gas globe guy Offline
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Registered: Sat Mar 24 2012
Loc: MI
WOW!! That is allot!! My question is, where in the world do they find this stuff??
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#362461 - Fri Oct 12 2012 08:58 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: Gas globe guy]
itsagas Offline
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Registered: Tue Oct 20 2009
Loc: Four Corners
WOW!! Lots of nice stuff!! The last time I was down at that Show the swap meet was not very good.
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#362477 - Fri Oct 12 2012 09:37 PM Re: Good Guys Lonestar Nationals [Re: itsagas]
cig31 Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sun Nov 27 2011
Loc: oklahoma
Is that the same Richfield pump that was at Iowa?

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