Thanks to JW55767 for reviving this thread. There are some beautiful pictures here. I don't have a backyard, but if any of you are ever in CT, Carter Hill Filling Station is on CT-66 a little west of CT-2 in Marlborough.
I have never heard of porcelain chalking, but it frequently happens to paint. I had a painted goodyear sign that chalked. I cleaned with soap and water until my sponge showed no sign of chalk, then cleaned with a degreaser and followed that with a clear coat.
I'm thinking of trying this for the Old Gas community and looking for some feedback as to what you all think?
Starting at 6:00am Central Time, the price will drop by $50 and will continue to do so until sign is sold. So, every 24 hours starting at 6:00am Central Time the price will drop by $50. The catch to the buyer will be, do you wait another 24 hours for the next price drop or take the risk that someone else will buy it. This should be interesting and fun!
I'm requesting the buyer PM with an "I will take it" in case 2 people decide they want it on the same day. Then the sign will go to the first PM and I'll have proof which can be shown as to who was first.
Thanks Mike the info is much appreciated! Nice graphics. I think i will need the glass. Not sure if the sliding door will move yet. I dont see the oval door handle on my pump. I am getting the bottom skirts made. Likely will need more parts and advise. Again, thanks, Denis
Oops i sent you my reply to Mike to you instead. Ron, do you have numbers for these nozzles? Denis