Morning all! Been slow to really warm up much here in North Dakota. Seems the thermometer can't get over that 50 degree mark? Forecast has some 70's coming this weekend, so we'll see what happens. Time to put the Sno-Bear away for the summer and start thinking of fishing from a boat! LOL I was out to the pump storage yesterday and gutted an old Bennett that I have planned for a local sale, and it was great being able to work outside again. The Warden seems to be enlarging her yard work list, so I guess I will have plenty to do the next few days. Hope all is well with the rest of you! Have a great day on me!!--KEVIN
For sale...vintage original Tom’s Peanuts thermometer. Some fading and rust. Please see photos. Will only ship to lower 48 states. No international shipping. $125 plus $15 flat rate shipping. Thanks for looking!
appreciate help everyone very helpful I have the number set up like Dave's and in previous thread so I came to conclusion don't need these rings in my pump as it must be number holder from earlier version or different model tokheim still could us a single #9 marker before this is put together thanks for now Laroy
Pair of Glass Post-Lites from W.H. Long company were mounted on the front of a local muffler/tire repair shop, both work properly, completely original measure 56" long x 7" wide no chips or cracks in the glass lenses, glass lenses are fluted, very nice condition. $1000.00 obo Thanks,
Okay Ohio Oil, I’ll edit it as per your instruction. You say the 1946 adopting of the Cooper branding was after Ohio Oil Co became Marathon, but didn’t Ohio Oil Co become the Marathon Oil Corp in ‘62? I know they adopted the Marathon trademark for their products and stations before ‘62, but I had thought they remained the Ohio Oil Co until the 60s?
Tide Water Associated Oil Co. - Federal Tires, Flying A Tires
Lion Oil Co. - Kelly Tires
Standard Oil Co. - Atlas Tires
Cities Service Oil Co. - Acme Tires
Signal Oil Co. - Lee Tires
Phillips Petroleum Co. - Lee Tires
Hickock Oil Corp. - Lee Tires
The Atlantic Refining Co. - Lee Tires
Gulf Refining Co. - Branded their own Gulf Tires (Gulf Deluxe Crown, etc.)
Socony Vacuum Oil Co. - Branded their own Mobil Tires (Mobil Premier, etc.)
There are two ways to tell if the Tydol Ethyl is repop from the front. One is the position of the holes. An original the holes go beyond the black line, the repop they stop on the black line. The lettering on an original is cream, the lettering on the repop is a yellowy cream.
I have here an Gaurdian oil sign and can, from Ottawa Canada. Parfield oil limited from a gas station in Quebec that was shut down in the 1940’s Porcelain sign 5’x3’ with rounded edges to memic the can. The can is 1 gallon. Very rare and hard to find information/history on Gaurdian oil, as well as value.
Evening all, No rain today although its overcast this afternoon. Been doing the lawyer and bank thing today. Mom had it cut and dry she said and it wouldn't be a big deal. Well maybe not so much on 2 properties.one is owned by me and her estate the same with the other but my sister having owner ship to 50 percent due to a misswording in the deeds. Two more to be sold I haven't been able to find deeds on yet I have a feeling they may not be a piece of cake either. Knew better than to ask a lawyer LOL! Have a great day all!! I'm longing to just go fishing or something.