As many of you know I write articles for "Check the Oil" magazine, well I have been going through a lot of old automobile magazines looking for something I can use in an article. Well, here are a few pictures I have found, nothing I can use in an article, nothing related, just some nice pictures. Most are from 1934, but the fenders for $8.47 picture is from 1925.
First picture is from Cleveland in 1934, the gas station attendants were on strike so the city opened up it's own station for the city workers and the hospital employes.
2nd picture shows a Tokheim 850, but notice it does have a Gulf globe, and a decal, but the decal is a Ethyl.
3rd picture is just to inform you that you could purchase a complete set of fenders for your 1925 Model T Ford for $8.47.
Last edited by Jack Sim; Fri Feb 28 2020 04:45 PM.
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