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Great grandfather's gas station help #746581 04/08/2020 4:43 AM
by Douglashwy
Here is a picture of my great grandfather's service station. Am in need of some help identifing the brand. Any help would be appreciated.
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Re: Great grandfather's gas station help #746587 Apr 8th a 05:48 AM
by Speedracer
It is Larco gasoline, a brand of Veltex gas (originally Fletcher Oil Co.). If your family has any of those globes left, they are worth a decent amount (about $2k to $3k). The pump on the left is a Bowser 557. The pump in the middle looks like a Wayne 40, but I'm not 100% sure.

Hope this helps,

Here are two pictures of those globes from recent auctions... (I hate to tell you, but one auction was just 2 1/2 weeks ago)
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Re: Great grandfather's gas station help #746590 Apr 8th a 07:19 AM
by 67Chev4X4
LARCO, Little America Refining Company. Two refineries in Wyoming. one in Rawlins and one in Casper. Headquarters in Salt Lake City. They own Sinclair Oil. Mitch
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