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Artifice's likes5 of 56' Hard Plastic Texaco SignWhat do I have? It says Wizard 8, made in Japan & has this # on it...W 1060534
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    Posted 8 years ago

    stonesfan1
    (379 items)

    a few things i got to put with my other stuff
    i would like to know if any one knows the year or anything about the tool box like what came in it or the year or where u bought it just so i can start looking for thing that came in it ty

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    1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 8 years ago
      TOOL BOX ?? What tool box???
    2. stonesfan1 stonesfan1, 8 years ago
      ok pop the box in the first pictures that had stuff to fix a flat and i bet it had a few tools in it so i was close lol
    3. stonesfan1 stonesfan1, 8 years ago
      oh and thanks all for looking
    4. sayer34, 8 years ago
      Can't tell you the exact year look up on google "tubeless tires"-am guessing around late 1950s.

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