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Re: fred's bash #68008
Sat Jun 05 2004 12:45 AM
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Unlike most swap meets there was live entertainment at Fred's. Check out the "full service" hula dancer.






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Re: fred's bash #68009
Sat Jun 05 2004 04:06 AM
Sat Jun 05 2004 04:06 AM
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Kansas City, Missouri
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Outstanding show coverage Elden and many thanks to Bob for posting.

Hubba you are one of a kind I can't stop laughing. That is what to many "pops" will do to you.

Pump selection looked very good...

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Re: fred's bash #68010
Sat Jun 05 2004 05:37 AM
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PECONIC BAY, L.I., NY, USA
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OUCH!.....I THINK I HURT MYSELF! WHEN I FELL OFF MY CHAIR SEEING HUBBA HULA DANCE WAS SAVING THE BEST FOR LAST....EVEN RARER THAN SOME OF THOSE AWESOME SIGNS WAS THIS HUBBA RITUAL (HOW MANY SILVER BULLETS DID HE HAVE????) LMAO!
GREAT COVERAGE - PURE EYE CANDY - THANKS FOR SHARING!

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Re: fred's bash #68011
Sat Jun 05 2004 06:05 AM
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Prediction - Keep an eye on the new membership numbers. When word of Hubba's picture gets out I'll bet there are a lot of new female members wanting to check it out. Hubba, you are tooooooo much!!!


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Re: fred's bash #68012
Sat Jun 05 2004 06:18 AM
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Loomis, CA. USA
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Fred's was a blast for sure. The Wayne 50 display case was $5,500 that was all there and he had most all the goodie's as well, & the 850 beside it was $3,500, but it was super straight like in no dings that I could find anyway. See if this will post before I go on? Elden

Re: fred's bash #68013
Sat Jun 05 2004 06:44 AM
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A killer Wayne 60 "clock-face" Wide-body done in Mohawk & how about that SWEET porcelain A-38 in Flying-A..... WOW!

The ECO-Air station lighter was $1,700 but would take $1,500 & the A-1 behind it was brought down by Slama for Gary (41again)that was there with Randy that had the super straight A-38 for sale for around $1,000.

This bash is a little smaller then last years Oct. bash at Fred's but as you can see if you took the time to look there were some goodies to be had.

As for the Hubbamister in drag............ this was a Silver Bullit dance that is a hand me down that is usually reserved for the 2-AM crowd. It was bad because he sang as well, but the worst part is he tried to hug you when you handed him a Silver Bullit!!!!! HA, HA! Elden

Re: fred's bash #68014
Sat Jun 05 2004 07:28 AM
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wow looks like a super show the pumps look awesome. hey hubba do you give lessons, cheese

Re: fred's bash #68015
Sat Jun 05 2004 10:34 AM
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oooo-weeee that wayne 50 makes me feel funny inside Gotta love those pumps!
Good pics Elden, looks like a good time.


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Re: fred's bash #68016
Sat Jun 05 2004 04:57 PM
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I bet Hubba will give lessons in trade for oil cans.

Hubba do you need an agent???????????????

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Re: fred's bash #68017
Sat Jun 05 2004 06:01 PM
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Had a good time at fred's lots of hugs from the Hub.Good pictures Elden, I seen a lot of old collector friends, Paul Grannis came in from Houston, Wendell from Utah, of course there was the Washington guys Craig,Rick,Tim, Tom thanks for all the help and your assistant Hula hubba,The boys four from the South Dennis,Mike,Don, and many others. Had a great time.

Re: fred's bash #68018
Sun Jun 06 2004 07:53 AM
Sun Jun 06 2004 07:53 AM
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hey: we all owe fred stokes a huge thank you for opening up his home, shop and grounds for the weekend and a great show! really my first time there and i cannot wait for the next. for those of you who have never been to fred's, it is like a park for gas nuts. thanks again, fred and tom and dwaine and elden and oh yes, the heavy hula dancer, hubba the incomparable. randy and i are still talking about the laughs. gary

Re: fred's bash #68019
Sun Jun 06 2004 09:42 AM
Sun Jun 06 2004 09:42 AM
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Pam and I had a great time as always. Did good enough in sales to add to my collection and break even. Almost got a clockface pump but couldn't find all the parts and they were major parts needed. Had a great time in the Lodi corner with the Washington guys Tom, Tim, Rick, Chris, Bill and you too Hubba. Went through about 90 bullets in the community ice chest and didn't even leave the area for 30 plus hours. What fun and enjoyed meeting new guys like Gary from Clovis and hang out with all the old guys that would be Elden , Dwaine and young Todd. Show was a little smaller but the important people were there. Until the next one. Later Ted


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Re: fred's bash #68020
Sun Jun 06 2004 04:50 PM
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oldgas members at the Pacific coast Gas Bash L2R
Todd, Don, Randy, Ted, Gary, Elden, Dwaine, Tom, Tim and me on my knees in front


Heres our friend Tim Hansen with some nice Mobil goodies...The tidewater sign was Tims that got sold to the person who now owns the trademark to Flying A. Tim Brought Home the Mobiloil bottle rack with the Nice original sign on it. The globe was a NOS screw base on glass that belonged to our friend Rick that was later a partial trade for a nice big Beacon gasoline sign. Tims west coast pump plate didnt sell so it came back to WA with us.


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Re: fred's bash #68021
Sun Jun 06 2004 05:01 PM
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This Veltex quart had some flaking at the top but was a neat quart.


This original speedway Globe on red ripple was neat but the body had major paint loss and it was caked with dirt and mud on the inside oh and I did see some straw too..maybe found in a muddy barn...LOL The asking price of $4000.00 was a lil steep in my opinion

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Re: fred's bash #68022
Sun Jun 06 2004 05:09 PM
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There was a nice selection of soda coolers and a couple of machines as well...coool.

a nice lot of pumps


this vendors Tok 850 was priced at $3000 ($500 less than another vendors) and it didnt sell

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Hubba the GAS GEEK , OIL FREAK of Shoreline WA

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