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EJW-54

Western New York

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Old Lightning Rod with D&S milk glass globe mounted on old wood Foundry Mold - Tools and Hardwarein Tools and Hardware
LESNEY MATCHBOX ESSO PUMPS AND SIGN - Model Carsin Model Cars
TRICO WINTER WIPER BLADES PLASTIC ADVERTISING SIGN 1970'S - Advertisingin Advertising
WYANDOTTE TOYS AUTO TRANSPORT TRUCK 1950'S  - Toysin Toys
OLD GAMEWELL DIAPHONE FIREHOUSE HORN - Firefightingin Firefighting
Prestone Radiator Water Can from the 1930's 1940's - Advertisingin Advertising
1930's Porcelain Tombstone side walk sign,  Sterling Motor Oil , ( Repro in 4th picture) - Signsin Signs
1950's Walt Reach Toy Truck by Courtland - Toysin Toys
COCA COLA LIGHTED CLOCK 1980's - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
GLEN IRIS INN,  BUILT ORIGINALLY IN 1828 - Photographsin Photographs

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  1. There is a well known sign painter in my area that could do it but I might just copy a photo of a nice one , photo shop it to the right size and have a vinyl decal made, just an idea..
  2. Thankyou!! Manikin! Hope it doesn't strike us! Hmm... maybe I should get it out of the house .. LOL
  3. Thankyou Thomas! Enjoy your Day! Ed
  4. Cool, I have one of those ZERONE cans.
  5. nice! I don't have an electric acoustic but will be my next guitar purchase.
  6. That 1958 chevy was one of my least liked chevys but the one in American Graffiti was cool!
  7. And nice Ovation Guitar!
  8. Now you have to find a 1960 chevy to put it on, the 1959 is one of my all time favorites :)
  9. We have one to, my wife wanted one and a friend bought a new one for us, I do keep my eye out for an old one as they date back to the 1930's.
  10. I use to have a Sioux valve grinder when I use to build engines. It was a nice compact bench unit but heavy as heck and probably made back in the 1920s or 30s
  11. Very cool stuff, love it!
  12. I'm guessing it's missing the lense and oil lamp inside ?
  13. I don't know what vehicles there for but I bet there worth some serious bucks. Try www.macsautoparts.com see if they can help you identify them.
  14. Wow another nice one!! These look great lit up with the bottles glowing!
  15. Oh Boy! That is a nice find!
  16. I should have bought one of these back when I use to see them for $75 , now they go for $300-$400 ugh.
  17. Very cool stuff your finding in your grandfathers service station, you must be enjoying digging through it all knowing it was your Grandfathers!
  18. Nice!! I'm restoring a Wayne 70 that was from an Atlantic gas station. Atlantic started in 1866 and lasted into the 1990's but its last owner Sunoco change the Atlantic Stations to Sunoco, previous o...
  19. Lots of fakes for sure, any tips on the fake ones compared to this one ?
  20. Now there's a name I have not heard in a long time!
  21. Nice it's older than mine and might be the first one Eco built mine is 1950's so your's is. 1940's or older
  22. Sure Rattletrap, I got most of the info on www.oil150.com , Quaker State History search and Sterling oil and gas History. Have fun!
  23. Nope Rattletrap, there's info on who and when they started but not any on how many or how long they lasted and not very many photos either.
  24. Looks a lot like one my family has from my grandparents. Love it!
  25. It sure is Rattletrap! especially as Sterling stations were only in NY,PA,WV and Ohio.
  26. Your welcome :)
  27. I did find a Photo of a Sterling gas station with 1959 cars and your sign so 1920's to 1960 maybe.
  28. Also it was not the Sterling brothers of Humble oil.
  29. My research showed it started in the 1920's, Both Sterling Oil of Quaker State and a seperate Company "Sterling Oil Co. of West Virginia" had Sterling Gas Stations in the 1920's and 1930's in NY, PA a...
  30. Nice sign! Rattletrap, check my post "Sterling Oil Sign" I listed some history.
  31. Theres no cure Rattletrap, unless you run out of money or credit but then you can start trading doubles for new stuff LOL
  32. Nice! One of these is on my "want list" brings back memories sitting in a booth at a "Your Host" restaurant 25cents for 3 songs :)
  33. Cool. I wish I had saved the ticket stubs for the concerts and sports events I went to in the 70s
  34. Thanks fhrjr2 , those pickers on TV love the North East, lost of history and oldest collectibles, I hear ya " runs in the Family" my grandfather had a junk room upstairs that I snuck into all the time...
  35. 41 Loves on this old can surprises me! Very cool! Thanks everybody !
  36. I'm big on Sunoco stuff too, I worked at one after school, one of my 1st jobs.
  37. 1925 Simplex 10 gal. pump, probably quit rare ! very cool !
  38. Times sure change! this sign is worth a lot more in just 9 years!
  39. Glad you love this to Roycroftbooksfromme1 and SEAN68 !
  40. Very cool radio! love it!
  41. Oops I had that wrong it was jungle Jim that had jungle Pam line him up back in the day.
  42. Oh yeah! I can still see Pam lining up Don at the starting line...LOL
  43. Nice!! When I was working at the scrap yard my Boss had one just like yours in nice shape but wouldn't sell it to me :(
  44. It might even be from an old car model T Ford, someone else on here should know for sure.
  45. Nice Trey! did the doors come with the SS trim ?
  46. Actually Rattletrap I did some research and Colonial did not own ESSO, it was owned by Standard Oil of New Jersey, I had the idea that Colonial owned it from my ESSO Pump that has tags inside that say...
  47. If I'm not mistaken I believe Colonial gas co owned ESSO.
  48. Cool Trey! glad you found doors and looking forward for update pictures!
  49. Awesome find! good luck on the bottles! Did you ever find a door for that gas pump? I haven't seen one but will keep looking if you need it.
  50. Thanks CokeKid-04 , I thought you would love it!
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