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#428209 - Sun Jul 07 2013 11:03 AM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: really]
Chevrolet SS Offline
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Registered: Sun Apr 03 2011
Loc: DeKalb, IL
Posting for clarification...you be the judge.

First picture is the one Kim posted on June 15 as a Stencilwork repp, below is Wes sign.

Opinions welcome.


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Description: Stencilwork Repop

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Description: Wes Sign




Edited by Chevrolet SS (Sun Jul 07 2013 11:10 AM)
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#428211 - Sun Jul 07 2013 11:15 AM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: Chevrolet SS]
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Registered: Thu Nov 20 2008
Loc: El Cajon,Calif, USA
Ron your Pm box is full call me at 619-971-1614..Tom

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#428212 - Sun Jul 07 2013 11:17 AM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: Chevrolet SS]
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Registered: Mon Dec 05 2011
Loc: Abbotsford, British Columbia, ...
Pretty clear to me.

As always and once again; Really has no idea what he is talking about but has a great need to post and disrupt the discussion at hand.

Really you need to learn to read, comprehend what is being stated and then intelligently articulate your point. Wrong and not fully thought out or formulated thoughts and opinions are a waste of everyone's time.
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#428214 - Sun Jul 07 2013 11:23 AM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: Dave's Garage]
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Registered: Mon May 13 2013
Loc: Texas
Dave....what did you just say other than put me down? Do you think the sign Wes has is fake or real? ..."Pretty clear to me".......with no position to follow those 4 words is pretty vague for someone who uses the word articulate????


Edited by really (Sun Jul 07 2013 12:37 PM)

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#428353 - Sun Jul 07 2013 09:25 PM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: really]
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Registered: Sun May 01 2011
Loc: tennessee
dang, fairly new to this hobby, started with one sinclair oil can (brought back memories of playin'around in my great uncle's station when i was very young). now I have around a thousand different cans, have restored three gas pumps,two lubsters, and one sinclair oil cabinet. (not to mention all sorts of garage equipment). I have come to rely on this great website to keep me from messing up too bad. thankfully most all the bigger signs i have have come from old gas members or been recomended by them. thanks for the info. on signs ,but I still dont trust myself to spend over a couple hundred bucks on a sign unless I get advise from my more experinced friends(mostly members on here).
thanks again for all the info- even when it gets a little confusing. Garry

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#428489 - Mon Jul 08 2013 02:57 PM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: greasemonkey]
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Loc: Mass
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#428502 - Mon Jul 08 2013 05:00 PM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: KZ1000]
gulfiend! Offline
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Registered: Fri Jul 01 2005
Loc: Raleigh, North Carolina
Originally Posted By: KZ1000
BUSTED!

...I agree...the way Ron has posted the photos side-by-side, makes it easy to see that the signs are identical...if one's fake, so is the other...
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#428503 - Mon Jul 08 2013 05:02 PM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: gulfiend!]
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Looks like a child made the border on that sign with crayons very sloppy
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#428504 - Mon Jul 08 2013 05:19 PM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: 57tbirdkid]
gulfiend! Offline
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Registered: Fri Jul 01 2005
Loc: Raleigh, North Carolina
...the one offered by the counterfeiter in India, 'stencilwork', eBay #251273258879...note the area circled in green:



...now, let's look at the two pictures offered by Wes, of the sign listed as sold on his website for $5200:




...if you look closely, you'll note on ALL of the other porcelain oil stand signs posted by Wes, that particular feather 'breaks' BELOW the diagonal line...but not on stencilworks' sign OR on the one Wes sold for $5200...






Edited by gulfiend! (Mon Jul 08 2013 05:19 PM)
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#428537 - Mon Jul 08 2013 07:25 PM Re: Red Indian signs, [Re: KZ1000]
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Registered: Wed Aug 08 2007
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Busted my *****, I just give up disputing an item with some guys that don't know what there talking about.
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