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Re: gas pump shaker album #79254
Thu Apr 06 2006 05:44 PM
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Re: gas pump shaker album #79255
Thu Apr 06 2006 06:35 PM
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This is from the beginning post but belongs in the "F"


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Re: gas pump shaker album #79256
Thu Apr 06 2006 07:08 PM
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Hey JJ. Love the shaker posts.
Any idea or speculation as to whether those Frontier shakers are from Frontier in CO/WY or from Frontier NY?
chris

Re: gas pump shaker album #79257
Thu Apr 06 2006 07:24 PM
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JJ, great subject and great posts. I do have a bone to pick with you tho, because of this post and the great photos I have started to collect S&P shakers. Oh well its only money.lol Keep up the good work. Also is there a book out there on these S&P shakers?

Bob


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Re: gas pump shaker album #79258
Thu Apr 06 2006 07:34 PM
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These Frontiers are from the Colorado/Wyoming Company. I have seen them from a station in Colorado and Nebraska.


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Re: gas pump shaker album #79259
Thu Apr 06 2006 07:49 PM
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Bob, there is no book dedicated to S&Ps. Several petro books picture 10 to 15 sets. There was a guide to S&Ps which Mark Cioni put together about 10 years ago. I helped him with many of the sets scanned for the guide. It is in b/w and provides scans of over 100 sets and info on rarity. I don't know if he still has them but there is some info provided on the oldgas site under "More resources for gas pump restoration".
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Re: gas pump shaker album #79260
Thu Apr 06 2006 08:00 PM
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Thanks wfort39663.
I suspected that they might be given the red color but the only Frontier CO I've seen have been the old logo ceramic ones.
I think the NY ones would most likely be done in blue.

Re: gas pump shaker album #79261
Thu Apr 06 2006 11:04 PM
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Bill, thank you for the information and also sharing your knowledge and your S&P shakers. The bug has bitten and now I will have to keep an eye out for another money burner. Need more than two eyes.lol

Bob


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Re: gas pump shaker album #79262
Mon Apr 10 2006 05:14 PM
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Glad you are enjoying them. What people don't realize is that 1 or 2 on a shelf is ok but 60 or 160 together all in one area looks killer. I will post mine all together when we are done to show how they are displayed.

Starting the "G" now.




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Re: gas pump shaker album #79263
Tue Apr 11 2006 11:52 AM
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Some more Gulf. I have seen two of the white Gulf pumps and they were both peppers. It is possible that they came in a set with an orange pump. The Gulf Crest logo on this set is slightly larger than the one you normally see.



Bill Fortune
Re: gas pump shaker album #79264
Wed Apr 12 2006 06:19 PM
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The next group will include "H,I,J,K,and L".
Not too many in this group but will be allot when we get to "M". These are all the "H" that I know off.



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Re: gas pump shaker album #79265
Wed Apr 12 2006 06:21 PM
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This set from Kendall is the only "K" I know of.



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Re: gas pump shaker album #79266
Wed Apr 12 2006 06:31 PM
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A rare single from Leonard. I have seen another set and the other pump is identical to this one. That is all the sets I know from "H,I,J,K and L" If anyone know of others let me know.



A set of "N"s has surfaced. This rare set is from Tom's collection.





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Re: gas pump shaker album #79267
Sat Apr 15 2006 02:37 PM
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Will start the "M"s with this set from Marathon.



And a set from Midland.



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Re: gas pump shaker album #79268
Sat Apr 15 2006 07:15 PM
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A set of Mileage/Super Mileage from Tom.



Another set of Mileage/Mileage.



And a set of Mileage/Mileage on red pumps.



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