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#802352 Sun Mar 24 2024 02:19 PM
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Looking for an original porcelain Sunoco pump sign for my high top. Only need one, but 2 would be ok. Thanks, Rick

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Not sure about this. It's possible (guessing from the location of the few holes visible in the picture) that your pump might have had the diamond shaped "SUNOCO" sign with the yellow/blue stripe ribbons above and below it. Saw a very nicely restored MS 80 at Columbus last year with this set up.
And P.S. KC Kool has a decal set that replicates the diamond and ribbons in case you want to go in that direction. Bob

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Thanks Robert, I have that decal set that I got from Pergl a few yrs ago. There are flaws in the paint that make it look like the smaller sign was on there, but this door has holes for the full sized shield. The other has no holes. I wasn't planning on repainting this pump. Both the full sized sign and the smaller with stripes look great, but the full sized might be right if I don't restore. Rick


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