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38 minutes ago Wanted Mobil Porcelain 12" L [by Wayne Wood]
Wanted Mobil Blue Porcelain 12" L
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3 hours ago Help identifying a clockface Conoco gas pump [by ConocoRetiree]
I ran across this photo of a restored Conoco gas pump on Flickr recently. It is apparently located at an oil company's office in New Hampshire. I searched through Jack Sims' latest Gas Pump Bible, but I cannot seem to find this pump. I was searching for the unusual lamp cover (looks like three stacked squares) but no luck. I am wondering if this is a cheap reproduction that was recently manufactured for use by restaurants and such, but I am not ready to give up that it is authentic. Does anybody know this pump?


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15 hours ago THIEVES BEWARE [by hawkike]
Ebay item no.123775756779

Bid through "oldgas"
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15 hours ago Original 1939 Mickey Mouse RPM sign [by hotcidr]
GREAT sign I purchased from Dan Matthews awhile back. The best one I've had.. $2750 OBO plus shipping or free to CTO
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Yesterday at 03:08 PM Firestone Tread Wear Gauge [by The Rip]
Excellent Condition fully Working Tread Wear Gauge, reset button works, it is in Outstanding Shape.
No issues.
$60.00 Shipped.
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Yesterday at 02:59 PM Mobil Outboard Special Can [by The Rip]
$110 Shipped
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Yesterday at 02:54 PM Mobil Racing Jackets [by The Rip]
I have 3 Really nice Mobil Racing Jackets for Sale.
They are in super shape, actually I bought them and have never even worn them.
Price is $200 for all 3, plus actual shipping.
Thank you Steve

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Yesterday at 02:32 PM Pumps etc for sale [by Ron Scobie]
A couple of weeks ago I added a page to my website with items for sale. Just had another
phone call from someone who said he can't see the items. When you get to the homepage
REFRESH (reload) that page. That should allow you to see the changes.
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Yesterday at 03:33 AM Sales Tax on eBay Items [by RedHat]
I was curious if anyone else had run into this issue as it’s nearly forced me off of eBay entirely. Since the turn of 2019, I’ve had to pay over 8% sales tax on EVERY SINGLE PURCHASE on eBay. That adds up as our hobby gets more and more expensive. It no longer matters if the item is in the same state, or country for that matter, if it’s through a private seller or store. I’m no lawyer, but from what I read there are 8 states (NJ included) that have agreed to allow the IRS to perform this BS tax collection and, for me, it’s the final straw with eBay. I used to sell and buy a couple thousand dollars worth of items each month on eBay as just a casual collector. I’m now down to a couple hundred dollars either way, at best, as I refuse to pay an extra nearly 10% on everything I buy. This is, of course, in addition to the plethora of other issues with eBay from fakes and fees to frauds. Anyone else run into this issue or know what the heck eBay is doing?
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Yesterday at 02:35 AM Rare Typhus Michelin “Waving Bibendum” Grease Can [by RedHat]
This is the rarer version of the two of this particular can, the other being the “Tigre” version while this is the “Typhus” version. $145 shipped for this hard to find beauty, the lid has two paint chips that have been adhered back on.
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