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    Posted 11 years ago

    Rustologist
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    This is a 1954 58" Die cut Marathon Dealer sign. It would have been a 9 1/2 if the the boys in Kentucky weren't such a good shot! LOL Must have been a 22 cal. because it didn't hurt it to bad. Thanks for looking!

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    1. tommy1002 tommy1002, 11 years ago
      Awsome sign even with holes!!
    2. Rustologist Rustologist, 11 years ago
      No holes tommy1002.....I guess it was a small caliber. Thanks
    3. Rustologist Rustologist, 11 years ago
      I like the green, black, tan and orange better too, i think they changed to red, white and blue in the 40's or 50's........
    4. Rustologist Rustologist, 11 years ago
      Ar8Jason,
      Your right, the red, white and blue is great! I just like to see the old colors that a company hasn't used for over 70 years.....

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