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#63505 - Sat Oct 16 2004 05:10 PM MICHIGAN GAS
+Chris Holt Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Tue Mar 12 2002
Loc: St. Clair MI USA
Just walked in from Michigan gas , as usual the Cheeseman and his lovely wife Dawn put on another great show considering the bad weather Cheese and Dawn had a smile on there face all day , For those of you who have never been around these two your really missing something, there attitude and support for this Hobby and the people that are in it is second to none, even the pouring rain could not wash the smiles off there faces, and as busy as they were they still had time to be the perfect Host and a friend to all, I can not say enough about these two wonderful people, as far as the weather well thats another story,Rain ,Rain and More Rain, but we still had fun ,Did I mention that it Rained ,Just Bill greeted me with a Hot coffee at 6:30 AM Thanks Bill, I got to see Jeff and Ohio Oil,Jeff don't forget to post some pic's of Ohio's new Garage, Jerry J was there with his son in law,T-Way and Jodi were there, thanks for selling the add glass for me girl ,Jodi is a great sales lady, It was good to see Larry Robinson, He had a lot of Pumps and other cool stuff, Walt Figer was there with a ton of globes, And some great signs , a 5' Red Indian for 4800.00, a smaller one for 2700.00. I picked up a Visi Gauge for my sons Bennett 132, and also a Great Mohawk Petrolium sign , compliments of the Cheeseman,I brought home a Erie 70 for T-Way Yes it was bad weather but I wouldn't of missed it for the world. Cheese and Dawn , Thank you both for everything, I'll see ya's in the spring and thats for sure.
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#63506 - Sat Oct 16 2004 05:19 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Scott Shipers Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 18 2003
Loc: Kansas City, Missouri
Sorry to hear the weather was not good for the show.

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Scott Shipers
Kansas City, Missouri
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#63507 - Sat Oct 16 2004 05:37 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
JEFFSAUTOMOBILIA Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Thu Jul 11 2002
Loc: OHIO
I agree with Chris, The rain certainly didnt dampen the enthusiasium and excitment of the show. Cheese and Dawn put alot of work into the show and we greatly appreciate it. I was able to get a GREAT DEAL on an original Mobil pam clock which made getting up at 5:00am all worth while. Prices at the show seemed to be very reasonable and there we alot of people carring new treasures to there vehicles. I seen a large Mobil 5 point shield sign with the white star logo at the bottom in good condition for an asking price of $650.00.There were a pair of Tokheim 36b's, A RapidDayton cash recorder pump, And numerous visibles,air meters and globes looking for a new home.
Cheese, thanks for another great show and God Bless. (is it too early to start the countdown till the sping show?)

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#63508 - Sat Oct 16 2004 06:44 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
wads Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Fri Dec 05 2003
Loc: Illinois
This was our first time at Michigan Gas and despite the weather it was great. Cheese and Dawn took the time to make us feel welcome, can't wait for the next one. I met a few new people, Ron Bettin, Just Bill, also met T-Way and Jodi, everyone was terrific. Sorry I didn't get to put more faces with the names. T-Way, after my wife asked you about that pump, next thing she's buying it and we're driving 4 1/2 hours home with the trunk propped open (LOL). Now, I have to convince her my new globe will look terrific on top!
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Wanted: Wadhams Oil and Gas items
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#63509 - Sat Oct 16 2004 07:50 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Sinclair Joe Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Mon Nov 04 2002
Loc: Northwest, PA USA
I'm hearing great things, except for the weather. This is really what the hobby is all about, having fun! And it sounds to me like Cheese and Company know how do do it and make everyone feel welcome in the process. Hopefully, I'll make it to next Spring's show. (Maybe if there's any interest, I'll bring a Woco-Pep globe to sell! LOL)
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#63510 - Sat Oct 16 2004 09:53 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
roger cherry Offline
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Registered: Thu Jul 04 2002
Loc: Collierville, Tn
I sure would like to buy it a fair, reasonable price of ---- say ----- 1750--- plus shipping---- what da say???? LOL

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#63511 - Sat Oct 16 2004 09:54 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
big cheese Offline
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Registered: Tue Aug 26 2003
Loc: brighton mi. usa
hey roger thats a little high. cheese
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#63512 - Sat Oct 16 2004 10:04 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Sinclair Joe Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Mon Nov 04 2002
Loc: Northwest, PA USA
Cheese...
"A little high" Aw come on now..you're killin' me!
Roger...I think that's fair,(if you'd been in the line in front of me) Since I'm not a dealer, just a simple minded collector, I'll keep your offer in mind. Never know when I might get a deal on a Cobra and need some fast cash!!!!! [Going to Carlisle would be cool in a Cobra!]
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#63513 - Sat Oct 16 2004 10:23 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
big cheese Offline
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Registered: Tue Aug 26 2003
Loc: brighton mi. usa
oh joe i was just funning. cheese
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#63514 - Sat Oct 16 2004 10:36 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Sinclair Joe Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Mon Nov 04 2002
Loc: Northwest, PA USA
Cheese...
I know ya were. Me too. I hope Roger feels the same.

P.S. After all the work you did, I hope you had time to enjoy your show too.
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Sinclair Joe

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#63515 - Sat Oct 16 2004 11:50 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Tom Stover Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Sun Oct 07 2001
Loc: Left Coast
Where's the photo's????

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#63516 - Sun Oct 17 2004 07:19 AM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
bettin Offline
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Registered: Mon Jan 07 2002
Loc: Chillicothe, Ohio USA
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[This message has been edited by bettin (edited 08-21-2005).]
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Ron Bettin
740-774-OHIO(6446)
bettin@bright.net

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#63517 - Sun Oct 17 2004 07:58 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Lastgas15 Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Mar 04 2002
Loc: illinois
Posting these for the Cheeseman.










[This message has been edited by Lastgas15 (edited 10-17-2004).]
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Wanted: Gas pump globes:Sinclair & affiliates, IL companies. Ripple bodies. Anything Sinclair, Stoll, Pierce, 4 Bros.


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#63518 - Sun Oct 17 2004 08:04 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Lastgas15 Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Mar 04 2002
Loc: illinois




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Wanted: Gas pump globes:Sinclair & affiliates, IL companies. Ripple bodies. Anything Sinclair, Stoll, Pierce, 4 Bros.


http://www.lastgas15.com/

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#63519 - Sun Oct 17 2004 10:41 PM Re: MICHIGAN GAS
Tom Stover Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Sun Oct 07 2001
Loc: Left Coast
Looked a little wet & cold. Anybody know what the asking price was on the Tokheim 34? Who was in the group photo?? Hopefully not escapees from a local prison!!!!

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