pretty Nice “motorcycle insp” placard that would have been attached to the bottom of the larger “PA INSPECTION SIGNS” judging from the colors. What is interesting is that this appears to be wooden. $35 plus ship. PayPal preferred
Here's an assortment of parts for the handy oiler collector. Includes a lead top spout and cap, green plastic spout, and black plastic spout with yellow cap. Also includes all of the yellow, red and black caps shown.
The price for everything is $20, plus $4 shipping in the U.S. Thanks for looking.
This Niehoff Auto Electric Products sign is 1930’s vintage. It is painted heavy tin, and measures 22” wide by 12” high. Single-sided. Totally original, of course. I'm thinking it might have been from a Niehoff auto parts store catalog holder, or a parts sales cabinet. Has some dents here and there, but the graphics aren't impacted. Very good color and overall decent, displayable condition.
Early DELCO Battery sign. Nice graphics and color. 1940’s to early 1950's vintage. Six volt battery shown. Painted tin, single-sided. Highly embossed. Generally very good condition.19-3/4” wide by 13-3/4” high.
This sign has never been outside. The only issue is that the sign has small trims taken out of all four corners. I purchased this sign off the wall of the small-town Polonia, Wisconsin Chevrolet dealership in the 1980’s. They had trimmed the sign to display it in a certain spot on the parts department racking. I've reflected the trimming in my price. This very displayable DELCO sign I have for sale is $490, plus the shipping.
Looking for Flying A cans and boxes from the 50s. I am interested in stuff in any of the three different greens. I put the Tydol cans in the picture to show the three different greens. They do not need to be perfect. Please let me know if you have anything available.
I started out with six of these unusual NOS top oil cans that I acquired years ago. Between Iowa Gas and mail sales, I'm now down to the last two. This can will be a nice addition to anyone's top lube oil tin collection. This NOS "TOPPER" 4oz. top oil can is from the Mergraf Oil Products Company, Detroit, Michigan. Soldered seam, and in very good overall condition. No rust on the top or bottom.
From my experience, this is a 4 oz. top oil can that doesn't turn up all that frequently. Has the colorful Mergraf top hat logo. I know Mergraf was around in the 1930's and 1940's, but I don't know the exact vintage of this can. I'd welcome anyone posting additional information about the company or the dating of this NOS top oil can.
The price is $46 each, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking.
NOTE: I'm sorry, but for some reason the first two photos of this can aren't appearing. Please click on the file shown in this posting to see them.
Two porcelain PURE PREMIUM signs and screws from a pump I just took them off of. I used paint stripper on these to clean up, some rust staining that could probably be removed if desired. Price includes shipping to continental USA. Size is 12.5" x 10" and they are marked with year "48". Thanks for looking! $200 shipped OBO