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Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85699 Fri Feb 20 2004 07:36 PM
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keep them photos comming , just love looking at them . i think they are wonderfull. cheese

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Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85700 Fri Feb 20 2004 07:48 PM
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Here is Mikes (fins n vtwins) sweet indoor station. Great job.
[img]http://im1.shutterfly.com/procserv/47b4dc01b3127cceb8bb70bd5d080000003610[/img]


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Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85701 Fri Feb 20 2004 09:25 PM
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Gary, can I have a full size pic of your station for my album?
It's good to see these old stations. They all look great!
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Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85702 Fri Feb 20 2004 10:55 PM
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Great photo's guys!!!!! That's another cool thing about seeing other people's collections: the never ending imagination of petro people. Keep the photo's coming!!!

Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85703 Sat Feb 21 2004 12:41 AM
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All very cool! Lets see some more.
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Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85704 Sat Feb 21 2004 04:10 AM
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Mike that office station is great ,How about you guys in Finland and England there must be something over there worth looking at!


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#85705 Sat Feb 21 2004 08:33 AM
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I no you've all seen this old picture. and it would have been better if the collector could show where he had an original moved and set up. It is a task and expensive. We all have our reasons for building them the way we do, If I had'nt had the three Porcelains for the front I might have done it completely different. I went with Flying A for the same reason. I don't have over 500.00 in all the pumps. Got most of my lenses from Craig years ago. have run out of room inside, starting to put banners and signs on the ceiling. even had to move one of my Barber chairs to the deck behind the house.

Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85706 Sat Feb 21 2004 09:14 AM
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Looks great Dwaine!
Thanks for the peek.
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#85707 Tue Feb 24 2004 10:48 AM
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Here is a first attempt at a picture post

Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85708 Tue Feb 24 2004 10:50 AM
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ya got it on the first try Jeff..Cool. Looking good too my friend. Right on.

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Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85709 Tue Feb 24 2004 10:53 AM
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Well the first attempt worked for the image posting. This is the first phase of my replica mobil station. I am currently working on two Wayne 60's that will be sitting on the island on the left. Also there will be a Fry "71 speedboy" restored and placed on the lh side of the building. The phone booth I restored two years ago and its actually came out of London. More pictures to follow as progress continues.

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#85710 Tue Feb 24 2004 09:22 PM
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I know most of you have seen my indoor station. But here it is again.




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Re: Back yard Gas Stations
#85711 Wed Feb 25 2004 04:22 AM
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Jeff Thats cool, wish I had a back yard that big, is that a phone booth to the right, thoughs booths are great looking. I also have to learn how to post a pic, now that T-Way is back maybe he can show me, Post a pic 101.


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Jeff: looking good, you must have had a design consultant working with you.
FlyingAMan: I am just breaking ground on my new building, your inside station just gave me some fresh inspriration. Very well done!!

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#85713 Wed Feb 25 2004 10:38 AM
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Yes Ohio Oil, I have a very experienced design consultant who typically likes to decorate in a running man motif instead of a flying horse.

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