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Posted 5 years ago


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I saw an old friend of mine today and he gave me a whole bunch of beautiful old signs he's collected over the years. He has a lot of really great ones. He has worked in resource protection for the State Parks Dept. for many years - hence the next set of signs i'm going to post. The Utoco and Cyclone Fence signs are both porcelain enamel and the other ones are not. Can the UTOCO one be restored? I think Utoco was a division of Texaco in Utah, but i'm not sure.

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  1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 5 years ago
    is there any way to restore the porcelain utoco sign?
  2. Rattletrap Rattletrap, 3 years ago
    You win! I thought I had the roughest UTOCO pumps plates around but I see you are right in there with me. Do you have any history on this. Where did you get it? Do u have any other UTOCO stuff?

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