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CORNAHOL! #461000
Thu Sep 05 2013 11:53 AM
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citrus heights ca.95610
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:)Interesting photo,guess alcohol from corn started a long time ago.

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Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: hawkike] #461003
Thu Sep 05 2013 12:10 PM
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Portland Oregon
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Great photo.


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Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: Craig Osbeck] #461004
Thu Sep 05 2013 12:15 PM
Thu Sep 05 2013 12:15 PM
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Duluth, MN U.S.A
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Cool!


FREEDOM oil items wanted.


visit my website for original gas pumps and parts

www.thepumpdump.com
Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: Ryan Underthun] #461005
Thu Sep 05 2013 12:31 PM
Thu Sep 05 2013 12:31 PM
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Big Sky Country
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yep, wasn't economic then and still isn't....lol


Wanted early tin litho signage.
petro, farm, auto, etc.
Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: minuteman] #461010
Thu Sep 05 2013 01:08 PM
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So. Ca.
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Originally Posted By: minuteman
yep, wasn't economic then and still isn't....lol


they still haven't figured that out.. cool


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Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: advertologist] #461011
Thu Sep 05 2013 01:15 PM
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Originally Posted By: advertologist
Originally Posted By: minuteman
yep, wasn't economic then and still isn't....lol


they still haven't figured that out.. cool

LOL! They are so thick in the head...


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Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: Gas globe guy] #461014
Thu Sep 05 2013 01:22 PM
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Nebraska
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That photo has appeared on here before.
I believe that is downtown Omaha Ne.
Suprised me also that it existed way back then.

Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: Fasturn402] #461030
Thu Sep 05 2013 02:18 PM
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citrus heights ca.95610
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Must have been a local thing,got to wonder how they "cooked" enough corn for even one station.

Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: hawkike] #461050
Thu Sep 05 2013 03:11 PM
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Fredericktown Missouri
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I like that.


I like SINCLAIR and old American made stuff ... No china items.
Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: hawkike] #461055
Thu Sep 05 2013 03:33 PM
Thu Sep 05 2013 03:33 PM
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Santa Paula, Calif
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Originally Posted By: hawkike
Must have been a local thing,got to wonder how they "cooked" enough corn for even one station.

They used Moonshiner Stills, Tinker's Great Great Great Grandfather was Head Chemist!

Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: hawkike] #461060
Thu Sep 05 2013 03:50 PM
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Illinois
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Is that Steve C. pumping gas?

Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: Dick Bennett] #461069
Thu Sep 05 2013 04:23 PM
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citrus heights ca.95610
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Originally Posted By: Dick Bennett
Originally Posted By: hawkike
Must have been a local thing,got to wonder how they "cooked" enough corn for even one station.

They used Moonshiner Stills, Tinker's Great Great Great Grandfather was Head Chemist!


Makes sense as prohibition ended in 1933--may have been a glut of alcohol available.Even so someone would have had to be pretty innovative to use in autos.

Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: hawkike] #461072
Thu Sep 05 2013 04:30 PM
Thu Sep 05 2013 04:30 PM
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Hancock County Maine
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I do enjoy this sight, Because every night after work I learn something new! Great photos,Thanks for posting. Blake

Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: Tunk-Z28] #461076
Thu Sep 05 2013 04:43 PM
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Santa Paula, Calif
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After starting a Model A will run on almost anything that will burn. Gasnoahl

Re: CORNAHOL! [Re: Cold Pizza] #461078
Thu Sep 05 2013 04:46 PM
Thu Sep 05 2013 04:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: Cold Pizza
Is that Steve C. pumping gas?


No way!! I wouldn't cut my hair like that in any life!!!!

On a more serious note. I wonder if any of those pumps survived to today?

Last edited by Steve C.; Thu Sep 05 2013 04:51 PM.

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