Hello here is a nice NOS 1964 Standard Oil Farm grease and motor oil ordering mailbox. The box is painted complete with painted logo. Comes with ordering slips a Standard Oil Pencil and 1964 calendar. The box was bought from a Standard Oil collector. PM with questions. Payment by Paypal (buyer pays the fees). Price $200.00 shipped to the lower 48 states. Thanks for looking. Dino
Six ORIGINAL very old Standard Oil Co. 8" x 10" photos. I picked these up when we bought the contents of an old bulk company in Wisconsin Rapids about fifteen years ago. They are in protective sleeves and in great condition.
"Original" cast iron Crown Globe mounting ring for ORIGINAL 7" base globes. Use this mount to put your original Crown globe on your pump. It has been sandblasted. EXCELLENT condition. $85 includes shipping in the 48.
It's hard to believe that in this day and age that people with large collections don't have security of some kind. Considering the value of these collections, why on earth wouldn't people take proper precautions? Alarm systems, wireless cameras, security gates or fences. It's like taking your car to the store and leaving the keys in it. I feel sorry for the victims, but that is the kind of world we live in today. These guys are professionals. Your not going to find this stuff at swap meets and Flea Markets or on Facebook or Craig's list. We have a gate, building alarm, cameras, driveway alarm, numerous LED motion lighting floods and a dog you don't want to meet. And what I have left isn't much anymore since I get sick. Protect it or sell it.
Thanks for the reply. I actually just purchased this pump last week.
Thanks for the insight on the pump!
I wonder though- the 211 in jacks book does not feature an acesss panel on the lower foot in the picture. The 211 in Jacks book features a WAYNE script on either the door or the trunk of the gas pump depending on which version of the 211 you look at. I’ve been told that the lettering in question was embossed onto the pump during the casting process. Is that true or was it a decal? Also none of the 211 pictures show anything like the brass lock mechanism and that lock is far too intricate for someone to just modify into place. That lock requires the doors to have specific casting holes for the bolts to enter and exit, it wasn’t just a quick modification, it was designed that way before the casting too place . Very strange indeed.
Thanks again for your insight. I will continue my research!
Going to restore this clock buy redoing clock mechanism and add the neon that is Missing I think it was blue but not sure anyone seen one I have only been able to find one online and didn't get much info from it also adding a tire the rim is 19.5" diameter what tire size size would that be my buddy has a Fisk 30" by 3" but not sure that will work any info or input appreciated thanks