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#68038 - Mon Jun 07 2004 10:07 PM Re: fred's bash
ss454elcamino5 Offline
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Registered: Tue Aug 19 2003
Loc: Loomis, CA. USA
Boy......love those stinking cans....., right Ted.....NOT.
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#68039 - Mon Jun 07 2004 10:54 PM Re: fred's bash
marbles_signs Offline
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Registered: Sun May 23 2004
Loc: Lake Arrowhead Ca USA
elcamino rigged for assault got to clean up fontana! need above dog to chew some butt! oh hi elden

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#68040 - Tue Jun 08 2004 12:42 AM Re: fred's bash
cans and stuff Offline
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Registered: Thu Jul 11 2002
Loc: mayfield , kentucky , usa
In the second picture of Hubba's 7:09 post, there is a crazy looking clockface. What kind is it? did it sell? how much?

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#68041 - Tue Jun 08 2004 01:29 AM Re: fred's bash
Don Beaver Online   content
Veteran Member

Registered: Thu Dec 20 2001
Loc: Sedro Woolley Washington
The pump in Hubba's second pictures was a Hayes clock face that had a 3500.00 price on it. The seller had a couple of VERY nice pumps including the 50 display but seemed a little high on the prices, I think he took them all home with him. Had a great time can't wait for the Oct. meet.
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#68042 - Tue Jun 08 2004 10:33 AM Re: fred's bash
Signal Gas & Oil Offline
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Registered: Sun Jun 06 2004
Loc: Lodi, CA.
The Veltex did not sell right, but was worked out in a trade with lucky Ted Roach. 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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#68043 - Fri Jun 11 2004 09:09 AM Re: fred's bash
Tom Stover Offline
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Registered: Sun Oct 07 2001
Loc: Left Coast
Just got back in town from Fred's. Had a blast as usual. Glad I got to meet Randy & Gary. You two are a couple of trouble makers!! (Guess that's why we hit it off !!!!) Hope to see you two in Sept. Thanks for the marble guys!!! Ted & Pam have hearts of gold (along with a bottomless beer cooler!) Hey Ted, next time you stop for gas, pick a better part of town!!!!!! Dwaine, you sure you don't want Fred's dog? He sure liked your pop up!! HaHaHa!!! The Wash. crew was in fine form (especially Hubba!!!!!) Hubba, your stuff is safe & sound. Let me know when you want it delivered. Fred did his magic to countless cans & still found time to buy more visibles!! I bought a Tokheim 870 (Hey Gary, I might need to borrrow one of your bezel's), a couple of porcelain signs & some cans. Fred & I went out to the Alameda Antique Fair on Sun. & we found some goodies there. (Tim, I scored 5 more metal chairs!!!!! You & Sue should go out there with us sometime) That's all for now, folks! Time to unload the truck. Enjoy the weekend!!!

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#68044 - Fri Jun 11 2004 09:37 AM Re: fred's bash
djhubba Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 24 2003
Loc: Seattle WA
Glad your Home safe my friend.


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Hubba the GAS GEEK , OIL FREAK of Shoreline WA
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#68045 - Fri Jun 11 2004 10:25 AM Re: fred's bash
41Again Offline
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Registered: Sat Feb 21 2004
Loc: clovis, ca. usa
tom: having my bezels repaired today. metal magician here says no problem. checked with scobie, tried casting them in alum but was not real happy. apparently no on pops them, glad i got two fixable ones...suggest you talk to tim, i know he can make em! dont forget to find some marble signs for me

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#68046 - Fri Jun 11 2004 06:52 PM Re: fred's bash
Signal Gas & Oil Offline
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Registered: Sun Jun 06 2004
Loc: Lodi, CA.
Tom glad you got home safe. Ice chest finally found bottom today. I guess I'll have to make the trip to Alemeda for some chairs. At least we know Santa Rosa has a skid row. Hell of a short cut. 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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#68047 - Fri Jun 11 2004 07:27 PM Re: fred's bash
41Again Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Sat Feb 21 2004
Loc: clovis, ca. usa
ted: some wino told me you were trying to buy pumps down on "the row" any truth to that story? gary

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#68048 - Sat Jun 12 2004 11:37 PM Re: fred's bash
Tom Stover Offline
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Registered: Sun Oct 07 2001
Loc: Left Coast
I'm not sure if Ted asked the guy about the pumps but the guy told Ted what he could do with himself!!!

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#68049 - Tue Jun 15 2004 08:08 PM Re: fred's bash
c cragg Offline
Active Member

Registered: Tue Mar 02 2004
Loc: Solvang, CA, USA
Can anyone tell me who was selling the light up clocks and signs. Couldn't make the bash but would be interested in purchasing some of them.
Thanks
Curt Cragg
ccraggfamily@aol.com
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Solvang, CA

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