I saw one at a local scrap yard and tried to talk them into selling it . After trying to explain that it was collectable and worth saving all they wanted to do was cut it up so they did , made me sick glad to see you saving history.
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Re: EARLY 1900'S GAS STATION
#629240 Thu Sep 10 201507:30 PMThu Sep 10 201507:30 PM
I think it is Sinclair. My buddy has one like that and that is what he told me. Good on you for saving it.
There was a Sinclair like that near my folks' house when I was a kid. I think it had been boarded up since the 50s. It was a local navigational landmark. The pumps had been long gone, and the signs gradually disappeared over the years. On a visit about 20 years ago, I saw it was gone and a house had been built on the lot. That was a sad day. Thanks for rescuing this one!
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