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  1. most I have ever spent on a RR lantern is $50,and it still had Kerosene in it and was ready to burn.
  2. found a whole box of these,a mouse ate a hole almost all the way though saving this one and only!
  3. 1879,and 1923
  4. Thanks for the love and taking the time to stop and look!
  5. Nice!Been there,done that!
  6. 1980's by that particular leaping deer logo.Wash it carefully with dawn dish soap.
  7. I need to borrow this.......I got some pesky
  8. looks like it's not done!lol
  9. Cool!!!!!!!Get it?lol
  10. Your very welcome Kerry!
  11. Oh I need about a dozen of these!lol
  12. how do keep it on the self?lol Sorry ,I had to bust your chops!
  13. pre-1964
  14. You must have one hell of a tubing bender, and that's one complex exhaust system!lol Nice job,really!To bad it's a Ford...:)
  15. My comment...I have no idea,but hello Brat,nice to see you!
  16. is that kind of a winter barn yard scene? I love it!
  17. probably off of implements like balers and combines,I would say 50's-60's
  18. what kind of info are you looking for?
  19. I really wish I knew what was causing all this,I haven't been around a lot lately.Doc,we will miss you,and please don't be a stranger!KM
  20. That's
  21. I love the tick-rid box!
  22. Is Whitey always trying to escape?Trying to beat the rap?lol
  23. Glad your staying ,I have seen bullies/haters come and go,some quicker than others.
  24. You do know that this is a reproduction?I would hate to see someone pay original prices for a repop!
  25. Rose ,what???????????you can't leave!!!!!I forbid it!!!!:)What happened?
  26. Agree with walk,GM only made the pillow blocks,the rest is homemade.GM logo from the 50's
  27. love it!!!!!!!!!
  28. for you!Hope these or ok photos!
  29. It must have sticky tires to hang on the pavement like that!lolSorry I had too!Welcome to CW btw!
  30. I'm sorry and have to agree with officialfuel,the phillips head screws are a dead give-a-way!
  31. do they have a dimple on the outer end of the tips?
  32. I am sorry I can't help,but good luck, and welcome to CW!
  33. you know I love this!
  34. You can send me that 55 and the pump.Then you wouldn't have a problem!lol
  35. This was a dealer's master set of keys for the Model T,if you had all these you could start any T!
  36. was talking more about the lip that you pour from, bb2 not the handle.
  37. They were there from back when they used them,they made many thing in the "tin shop"gutters,stovepipe,etc. Colors ,your guess is as good as mine,They were well used ,so I have no idea! The lead ladl...
  38. Would you be able to help me?-
  39. Love them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  40. We had one or two of these in our hardware store used to heat soldering irons and lead in a cast pot on the top "burner" area for leading gutters in the "tin shop" I agree with bb2 or try K-1 kerosene.
  41. Well it could very well be a 1977 as some companies did date their signs.I'm not guaranteeing this but it's a good possibility.
  42. decorative weaponry? lol
  43. btw, 10mm spark plugs(real ones)(1930-40's cars I believe)fit these tractors,I have a set of AC's in mine! Like these-
  44. What does the fine print say? IMO , from the style and the way the sign is made,I would say late '60s early 70s. Thanks for posting!
  45. can I use this in my doctors office?lol
  46. I really want one of these cameras!
  47. oil spouts fit any fruit jar style bottle.So what I am saying is somebody put a oil spout on an old jar they had (nothing special about the jar)(duraglas made jars for any product),this is a very com...
  48. Gotta love that!!!!!
  49. HAPPY NEW YEAR antiquerose!
  50. HAPPY NEW YEAR Vetraio!
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