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#412305 - Fri Apr 26 2013 04:54 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: texacokie]
Notchcad Offline
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Registered: Tue Aug 16 2011
Loc: Texas
Sunday is a ghost town just FYI. Actually Saturday after 3 it all starts. IMO if you can't be there Thursday or even Wednesday I wouldn't bother too much.

Loyd. It's the same owner that's had it. And as for the fry. It now has a new home and is complete.

Craig. It's for sure a two day drive. But way worth it. Imagine the sight seeing you could do on the way down!

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#412319 - Fri Apr 26 2013 05:20 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: Notchcad]
wfort39663 Offline
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Registered: Sat Jan 24 2004
Loc: Santa Fe, NM
Chad or anybody else who went know anything about the Hamman's pump plate shown about halfway down on the third page of photos(with the BP signs). Price , who had it ? Thanks for any info.
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#412320 - Fri Apr 26 2013 05:20 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: Notchcad]
Loyd Pierce Offline
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Registered: Thu Jan 13 2011
Loc: Mt. Juliet, Tenn.
[quote=Notchcad]
as for the fry. It now has a new home and is complete.


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Great score!
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*Wanted Pierce Pennant Petroleum*

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#412341 - Fri Apr 26 2013 06:51 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: Loyd Pierce]
Craig Osbeck Online   content
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Registered: Tue Jan 06 2009
Loc: Portland Oregon
The only sight I like to see on the way to a swap meet is the one that says gate area ahead. Do not care about sight seeing, can do that at the swap meet. It is like I have blinders on.
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Craig

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#412366 - Fri Apr 26 2013 08:54 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: tulareone]
katfsh Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sun Jun 10 2012
Loc: Mississippi
Looks like a great show! Does anyone know who has the Red Marathon inside the trailer. Thanks
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Always looking for Mississippi company items, Billups, southland, ride with rose.

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#412368 - Fri Apr 26 2013 09:20 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: katfsh]
1937 GMC Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Fri Apr 22 2011
Loc: DFW Texas
Originally Posted By: katfsh
Looks like a great show! Does anyone know who has the Red Marathon inside the trailer. Thanks


Sign was pre-sold; headed somewhere east of Texas; can't remember what the seller said. frown
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Buying: Polarine / Red Crown Gasoline Globes and Signs, Early Chevrolet & United Motors Signs, and 1910's through 1940's Gas & Oil Signs.

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#412632 - Sat Apr 27 2013 10:11 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: 1937 GMC]
itsagas Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Tue Oct 20 2009
Loc: Four Corners
Wow!! I did not know there was that much Petro at Pate. I thought it was all car parts. I may have to try and make a trip down there.
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#412683 - Sun Apr 28 2013 07:29 AM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: itsagas]
Cold Pizza Online   content
Veteran Member

Registered: Tue May 17 2005
Loc: Illinois
Thanks for them photos.
Goes well with Sunday morning coffee.

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#412699 - Sun Apr 28 2013 08:42 AM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: Cold Pizza]
Terry Flannery Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Wed Jun 20 2001
Loc: Goodman WI USA
Great job taking pic's and posting them. Now I know where all the good stuff went, it's in Texas! That Ford Lincoln Mercury clock got my attention. If the guy that owns it can read this and it's for sale email me or PM. That Ford tractor neon is truly one nice sign also, anyone have an idea of it's owner ?

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#413188 - Mon Apr 29 2013 10:17 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: tulareone]
hri_2008 Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sun Dec 30 2012
Loc: .
Looks like more signs and pumps then I see for sale in a single year around my parts. Incredible to see so much in one place. Thanks for taking time to capture and post pics.

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#413252 - Tue Apr 30 2013 10:50 AM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: hri_2008]
cormy Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Mon Feb 09 2004
Loc: PA
WoW !! That punched tin Phillips 66 sign is too much.....


Edited by cormy (Tue Apr 30 2013 10:50 AM)

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#413275 - Tue Apr 30 2013 02:47 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: cormy]
Signal Gas & Oil Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Sun Jun 06 2004
Loc: Lodi, CA.
Great job on the pics. Thanks.
Ted
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Ted Pam Ethyl & Polly Roach
Lodi CA.
209-210-8971
Looking for Signal, Hancock, Mohawk, Douglas, Gilmore and Richfield

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#413300 - Tue Apr 30 2013 06:31 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: hri_2008]
Dave Richey Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Nov 24 2008
Loc: Pearl Mississippi USA
Don't worry-from Portland to Pate in two days-you won't have time to see anything more than a verrrrrrry long blur.
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Collecting the Mississippi companies:
Billups, Southland, Rose Oil,Crystal Oil, Barq's

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#413420 - Wed May 01 2013 12:02 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: Dave Richey]
signgod2112 Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Fri May 14 2010
Loc: Texas
Thanks for the pictures, there was a lot more signs and gas pumps out there. I couldn't break away from my space long enough to take pictures.

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#413477 - Wed May 01 2013 06:41 PM Re: Pictures from Pate [Re: signgod2112]
Tbirdgas Online   content
Veteran Member

Registered: Sun Aug 12 2012
Loc: Wa
Left Everett, Wa at 4:30 am Monday, snow all the way thru Wy and Co. RON @ Bowie,Tx at 8:00pm Tues night,3 of us driving. Bought a booth Wed morning and scored a Panhandle globe while waiting in line.


Edited by Tbirdgas (Wed May 01 2013 06:43 PM)

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