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    Posted 2 months ago

    Rattletrap
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    While vacationing in Hawaii i decided to hit a Garage sale at a home I've admired for years. While looking at $125 Tommy Bahama shirts marked at $5 I knew I was in the right place if I just looked hard enough. Sure enough I found this original Oil Painting which was actually not for sale but the sellers asked their dad, who fortunately wasn't there, and he agreed to sell it for $75!!!! Hmmmm? An Original Oil Painting worth thousands and I got it for pennies!!! I love garage sales! The Lakeside Museum won't likely be displaying this with all the Gas Pumps and Signs.

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    1. Newfld Newfld, 2 months ago
      Beautiful sea turtle painting, lovely Hawaiian art & looks like a koa wood frame. Great score!
    2. Rattletrap Rattletrap, 1 month ago
      Newfld
      Exactly right on all of it and it's on the wall in Hawaii. Perfect picture in the perfect place
    3. Rattletrap Rattletrap, 1 month ago
      Vetraio50
      Thx for the love it. :)
    4. Trey Trey, 17 days ago
      I am oblivious to art LOL I’ve probably walked right by Picasso’s to get to a sign LOL
    5. Rattletrap Rattletrap, 16 days ago
      I would have been blind to Art myself except I was in Hawaii and there are no Porcelain Signs to be easily found. Old gas pumps are also nearly impossible to find due to past hurricanes and low population count. There are only 3 known visible gas pumps on the Island of Kauai and I own one of them. It's a very nice Rapid Dayton I bought from a Mechanic a few years ago.

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