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  1. Thanks for the loves walksoftly, katherinescollections, officialfuel, vintagelamp, Trey, Sergey, clockerman and mikelv85
  2. glad you love this racer4four, fortapache, mikelv85, Rustfarm, ho2cultcha, officialfuel, walksoftly and Trey
  3. cool you love this nutsabotas6, fortapache, mikelv85, officialfuel, walksoftly, charmsomeone, Trey, ttomtucker, and JUDDANTIQUESMCs
  4. HaHa walksoftly, we know you cheated LOL as you can see I posted a picture of the patent picture I found on line, I never saw one of these before and cool to own it now. Ill be searching through tha...
  5. You got it walksoftly, did you know that or google it :)
  6. your on the right track Rustfarm!
  7. Nice..My wife has a lot of these!
  8. its so sad your running out of space, life can be cruel, hehe :<)
  9. walksoftly, mikelv85, katherinescollections, officialfuel, vintagelamp, Trey and Sergey, so glad you all love this too!
  10. aghcollect, glad you love this too!
  11. looks like it might be a late 1940's American 900 series pump.
  12. glad you love this OKCJim, walksoftly, ttomtucker, fortapache, officialfuel, Manikin, vintagelamp and Trey!
  13. Thanks Trey! your right, had to hide it from the boss and a picker who shows up to much.
  14. Thankyou so much Manikin, allways great to here from you!
  15. That is a nice find, I'd frame it up and put it in the kitchen.
  16. Hi loudfuel222, other than what I posted above 1929 M&S, it's listed as a private gas pump used at farms or private business like trucking co.
  17. lorna, check the one I posted on here and the comments, hopefully you'll see something that will help.
  18. waiksoftly is right coping saw with a round blade for cutting ceramic tiles.
  19. hi storageheiress, welcome to CW, you shouldn't take fifties50 comment so hard, it wasn't rude and he simply stated what he felt you have and a lot of people would think the bottom is cut off, your a ...
  20. I cant tell you how old either but it looks a lot like a paint-by-numbers painting I have on my wall that my grandfather did in the 1960's.
  21. love it, we got 2 of these at the scrap yard in ruff shape but the boss grab them, Im trying to buy 1 and restore it.
  22. That's why I collect also, brings back memories of those younger years, $3 for gas and cruising around all night or head to the drag races on Fri. night or get a 6-pack and head to the drive-in, fun,f...
  23. Ha nutsabotas6, I didn't notice that until you pointed it out, pretty funny!
  24. What you have looks like an early 1900's Bowser gas pump, its missing the faucet that would come out the side but is still cool and collectible.
  25. Thanks Michael, you enjoy the week too! Trey, No, I cant take the plywood signs off till its mine, I might find nothing but plan sheetmetal or then again.....Kendall...or..
  26. Hi Michael, I did ask the owner today who started this business in the 50's, I asked if he would consider selling it as they never use it anymore and I love it, he said he wasn't ready to sell it yet,...
  27. Hi Michael, nice find! I have to share something with you, at where I work is the exact lollipop stand with a plywood sign on both sides bolted to it with "closed" and "open" painted on, underneath t...
  28. Welcome to this "love it" list usedcarlady, mikelv85 and REED
  29. Looks great! have fun decorating it with cool stuff!
  30. Thanks Rattletrap, I remember one of these 63's in my home town 40 yrs ago, he would park it in a plaza way out by itself so no one would hit it, I walked around it many times wishing it was mine, lol
  31. I love them either way, as found or restored. 55 is sweet! one of my all time favorites!
  32. Same with me mikelv85, the only thing that keeps me in "check" is lack of money,LOL
  33. Love it! I cant wait to retire in a couple years or so and take a drive down 66!
  34. Love it, we have the same one my wife picked up at a garage sale last summer still in the box!
  35. Nice find, I hope to find one myself some day!
  36. Thanks cratedigger for nice compliment, glad you love this. Also bottle-bud, teesa808, Virginia.vintage and Jewels, glad you love this!
  37. Looks great Michael! Love it! Ed
  38. Love it, I want to grab it and start singing an Elvis song! LOL
  39. Cool store, that's like stepping back to the 60's!
  40. Wow, very nice find in the basement!!
  41. Hi Meandcoke, I think its 60's- 7o's thermometer, I have the same one in nice condition and paid $10 for it.
  42. Hi KateT, I used semi gloss polyurethane.
  43. Check out mine on my CW page, yours looks the same.
  44. bbmbr2000, looks like your tang and blade had rust damage so its hard to tell, I did research on mine years ago and found a web sight that told me the signature on mine was made in a sword factory aro...
  45. Thanks petey, I just got another one from work, now I have 2 !!
  46. Ring expander to install engine piston rings.
  47. I would love to restore them, I hope I find one!
  48. Hi petey and RonM, glad you joined the''love it'' list!
  49. I had one of these in the 70's, looks complete. I wonder if you can still get the grease refills?
  50. Hi farmlady, sanhardin, AntiqueToys, egreeley1976, Lady_Picker and snowman3, cool you all love this!
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