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    Posted 11 years ago

    SoninlawJoe
    (2 items)

    The larger white Gulf oil holder the front removes so you can place oil cans inside and the side of it has a turn knob and a raising door.

    The red can has a lid that removes and a rubber hose coming from bottom.

    Just wondering what these are and if they have value?
    Thank you.

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    1. wannabeapicker2 wannabeapicker2, 11 years ago
      Very cool! Not sure how much these are worth, but the Gulf Oil case (anything Gulf Oil) is very collectible. Hold onto these !
    2. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 11 years ago
      The oil rack sat out on the islands with cans full of oil in it to be sold, the opening in the side was where you kept the 'opener' for the oil cans and also where one put the emptys. These were locked up a night by putting the covers on, turning the handle and locking it. Back in the day you didn't need to worry about someone stealing it !
      The Lubrication rack with all of the hooks on it ws where they kept the special tools needed for chassis lubrucation on many cars and trucks of the period..I can't tell much about the red can...................
    3. Carol, 10 years ago
      I have a set of glasses that are about 49 yrs old they were given when you got a tank of gas Are they of any value?

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