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#501042 - Fri Dec 27 2013 11:41 AM Gilbarco polished brass gas pump nozzle.
1937 GMC Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Fri Apr 22 2011
Loc: DFW Texas
Well he's ventured out beyond over priced signs!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/gilbarco-polishe...=item338912cfef

Next it will be 36B tops at 2K wink
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#501121 - Fri Dec 27 2013 09:52 PM Re: Gilbarco polished brass gas pump nozzle. [Re: 1937 GMC]
Neil Gerrard Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Tue Dec 09 2003
Loc: Canby, Oregon
at least he's wearing gloves, a true proffesional cool

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#501123 - Fri Dec 27 2013 09:57 PM Re: Gilbarco polished brass gas pump nozzle. [Re: 1937 GMC]
PlainBroke Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Wed Mar 20 2013
Loc: Just South of Nowhere in IL
Damn! I just sold one just like it a few weeks back for $35. Guess I should have polished it up.
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#501137 - Sat Dec 28 2013 12:05 AM Re: Gilbarco polished brass gas pump nozzle. [Re: PlainBroke]
Dick Bennett Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
By asking Exorbitant prices, these guys are Increasing the value of fairly common items. Eventually they will be pricing themselves OUT of the Buying Market [IMO, it can't happen fast enough].
SO IF your a Slick-ster/Picker/Flipper, ya better stock-up now.

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