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#560635 - Thu Aug 14 2014 07:41 AM Looking for complete porcelain enamel Gas Station
zippy Offline
Member

Registered: Wed Aug 13 2014
Loc: SE PA
I am looking for a complete porcelain enamel gas station (maybe 2)that can be dismantled and relocated. Open to brand, but prefer one in decent condition. The older the better, the more complete the better. Will consider anything. Will even consider a non porcelain enamel era structure.

Thank you

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#560736 - Thu Aug 14 2014 02:54 PM Re: Looking for complete porcelain enamel Gas Station [Re: zippy]
SWABBY Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sun Oct 14 2001
Loc: Middleton, Id. USA
Jim....there is a 50's-60's TEXACO station in La Grande, OR. It is for sale but I know nothing of the listing...would suggest you contact he City of La Grande, or P and Z, or City police..It has all the porcelain siding on the station. Also has either 4 or 6 50's pumps that was original to the station.//Hope this helps...

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#560826 - Thu Aug 14 2014 09:19 PM Re: Looking for complete porcelain enamel Gas Station [Re: SWABBY]
2 Gallon Luke Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat May 24 2014
Loc: New York
I believe that John Mancino has an old dismantled porcelain Sears station.
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#560880 - Fri Aug 15 2014 08:07 AM Re: Looking for complete porcelain enamel Gas Station [Re: zippy]
H1HUMMER Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Wed Dec 05 2007
Loc: KENNEWICK, WA
Station in La Grande, didn't know it was for sale ? haven't been down there for a while ...


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