Sorry, can't help you with a resale value. But, when you eventually post each one for sale here on Old Gas, I'd suggest you note the diameter, if the plastic face is cracked, and if the particular sign you're selling works (lights up). John
We may be recreating these pumps. This picture was a station in Detroit back in the '50s, long gone. I can't make out the graphics on the doors, the diagonal part, anybody recognize it? Was it a brand or something custom the owner did?
There's also a grey swoopy section under the diagonal stripe on the doors that is also very distinctive. Anybody recognize it?
Hi, Jamie. I'm not quarreling with you, But, perhaps the seller is figuring in that he will be building a crate, as part of the $75 shipping cost shown. Some materials, and a fair amount of time involved. Again, not defending this guy's shipping cost. Just giving my take, having built some sign shipping packages in the past. John
was at the "Long Beach Antique Mall" this morning & a large collection of an estate came in of "oil cans" .. .... I took pictures of the better ones which are all priced - (not mine) for better pictures & prices .... call Andrew at (562) 544 5430
City: Wellington State: Ohio Price: $25shipped 3 illustrated parts catalogs , approx. 230 pages, with interchange to OEM numbers Some listings back to 1930 , most are 40-73 , cars ( includes imports ) , trucks , buses Very good condition. See photos. I have more content photos if needed Big A numbers are the same or abbreviate from many manufactures. $25 shipped in USA for three pieces. USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy