The adult children of the owner of an old Mobil station in central Indiana want to sell the contents of the building. The station opened in 1932 and closed in 1988. They prefer to sell as one lot.
"There are old auto parts still in orig. boxes, gas cans, oil cans, "new" old tires, maps, fan belts, auto light lens covers (some are "blue dot"). Also testing equip, welder equip, an Old Champion compressor bought new in 1943 and the hoist in place in a bay, grease island and much more.
There are no gas pumps as they belonged to Mobil and they took them. Everything else belonged to our dad. There are parts for gas pumps, nozzles, hoses and misc. The only sign we have is a cloth sign that has the gargoyle on it and a large sign with the big O in red in Mobil. There are some misc. advertising signs and many gas station magazines from the 40's. We do have maybe three frames for the swinging signs that were set out by the road and the price sign for gas."
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