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#186008 Wed May 05 2010 09:47 PM
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i was helping a friend sort out a batch of pumps he bought from a junkyard, when I noticed a raised area on this Tok 39.


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started removing a little paint....


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looking good....


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wow, look at that!


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That is awsome!!! Did you get to keep it for heling? wish my pumps came with raised areas.


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Tim, that Flying A/Associated stuff just seems to find you...............

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Looks like that pea green paint worked as a good preservative. When I find raised areas under paint it is a bubbling blister of rust. I like your find MUCH better.
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Nice find Tim, Spencer always takes them off before he brings them over to me. Richard

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THAT'S A REALLY COOL FIND!THANKS FOR SHARING THAT!


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That is awesome. I'm still waiting for that to happen to me.


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That thing looks mint. Repop I'm sure. Give it to me. LOL Ted


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That is a great find. Plus that sign is in perfect shape WOW smile


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Sweet.


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VERY COOL. I FIND THAT IF A PORC SIGN IS IN GREAT SHAPE TO BEGIN WITH AND GETS PAINTED OVER...IT STILL LOOKS GREAT 50 YEARS LATER!


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