Hershey is coming up soon and I wanted to point out a change that affects us and others in the southeast corner of the Red Field (between the football stadium and old hockey arena). Hersheypark will be utilizing that area for construction/construction equipment. Vendors in that section were told they would be moved elsewhere in the swapmeet for 2019. It looks like we will be assigned to the roadway in front of Chocolate World, where motor coaches usually park. When I get the space numbers I will post them here. I do not know where my neighbors (fellow oldgassers, petroliana dealers, and "race car" row) will be assigned. Most likely everyone will be scattered around the various fields depending on how many spaces they had/need.
Looking to buy GM and Chevrolet cans. Oil, transmis, antifreeze, wax, or any other cans, bottles, or tins pre 1970s. (Not interested in 70’s-80’s black and white cans) Pics are for examples. Pm me or call/text 641-295-0875 if you have or know of any for sale. Thank You!! Mike
I have a recast door and frame for a clear vision visible hexagon pump, had a extra made for a pump I was trying to buy but the deal fell through and I don't have a home for it, so offering it up in case someone needs it.Open to offers or will consider trades as well.
That tree has been here, I'm sure, since this place been here, and it has seen much much, and it knows much much. And I'm not ashamed to say I've talked to it, and I'm not crazy either. It's not necessary craziness when you talk to trees and rivers. But a different thing when you talk to ditches and bayous. A ditch ain't nothing, and a bayou ain't too much either. But rivers and trees--less, of course, it's a chinaball tree. Anybody caught talking to a chinaball tree or a thorn tree got to be crazy. But when you talk to an oak tree that's been here all these years, and knows more than you'll ever know, it's not craziness; it's just the nobility you respect. (155) Gaines, Ernest J. The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. New York: Bantam Books, 1972. Print
Would like to sell this vintage enamel Purolator sign / thermometer for my grandfather. He recently moved out of his home into an assisted living facility and I am helping him downsize his belongings. My grandfather worked for Purolator well over 50 years ago and the company gave him this thermometer / sign as a token of their appreciation for his efforts.
The sign reads: "Purolator Filters" "Best in any weather". The thermometer is accurate. It is in good vintage condition with a few knicks here and there. Measures 7" wide by 27" high.
City: Wellington State: Ohio Price: $16 /2 One is 1962 , one about 1958? Good condition Mexico maps , PeMexSol - Gasolmex $16 for the pair plus shipping , $3.50 USPMO or PayPal buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
Hi I have had these 2 barrel pumps for a number of years, bought at the estate auction of a man who ran a Sinclair station in my town. No Idea of the value or their age, i am guessing 1930s. Any help or comments are welcome. Thanks Greg
The second one does not have the Sinclair sign on top. I have kept them indoors since I bought them 20+ years ago, and would not be surprised if they would still pump.