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Re: WTT for original globe body [Re: Bob Richards] #374378
Sun Dec 02 2012 04:58 PM
Sun Dec 02 2012 04:58 PM
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Thanks Bob, I have learned that the hard way. I bought a Indian motorcycle sign for $50, and I thought it was a fake. But I got burned, I found out a few weeks ago that it was real. And it was worth $200... I was so mad because I sold it on craigslist for $20. mad I don't mean to go on a rabbit trail, just my short story of learning it the hard way. I just love learning more, and more about this awesome hobby!! Thanks for all the advice, I owe you guys one.

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Noah


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Re: WTT for original globe body [Re: Gas globe guy] #374387
Sun Dec 02 2012 05:09 PM
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I have one more question, what would be the best book to buy in my stage of collecting??


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Re: WTT for original globe body [Re: Gas globe guy] #374391
Sun Dec 02 2012 05:20 PM
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Albuquerque, N. M.
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Guide to Gas pump Restoration: Not just for restoring pumps but shows correct colors for pumps and globes and pump plates and the years they were used. Pretty useful information IMO.

Re: WTT for original globe body [Re: HI-OCTANE] #374394
Sun Dec 02 2012 05:36 PM
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I agree with Nelson's choice...

Here at my home; the PCM Guide, Jack's 2nd Edition and the Globe CD all sit within reach of my computer, at all times. Plus, I have a copy of Jack's pump book and the 1st edition of the PCM Guide in the Subaru at all times....


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Re: WTT for original globe body [Re: Bob Richards] #374425
Sun Dec 02 2012 06:54 PM
Sun Dec 02 2012 06:54 PM
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Noah,
I agree with everyone else. I have two copies of Jack's 2nd pump book - one in the house and one in my truck. I also have both PCM guides (old and new); and I have the new Globe CD loaded on my computer, iPad, and iPhone, so I have it with me all of the time. Also, talk and visit with petro collectors whenever you can; there are quite a few very knowledgeable people in Michigan alone.
Good luck, in the hunt!!

Buddy


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Re: WTT for original globe body [Re: Bob Richards] #381347
Fri Dec 28 2012 09:28 PM
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I got the globe CD... I love it!


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