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Who wants a old gas station?
#408574 Wed Apr 10 2013 09:06 PM
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I just seen this listed on craigslist it is not mine just thought I would share it....it really is not a bad price to bad it is to far from me!

http://texoma.craigslist.org/bfs/3676991092.html


I am always looking for anything Texaco or Oklahoma oil and gas company's, also I am a newbie at seeking globes.
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texacokie #408577 Wed Apr 10 2013 09:14 PM
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neat old station, priced reasonable- a few pumps & signs you would have something, maybe not where you would wanna be.. cool


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Pretty neat!


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Dave's Garage #408613 Thu Apr 11 2013 02:56 AM
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Cool old building for sure. I don't get the island though. Really only room for the one pump! I wonder if this wasn't altered at some point in it's life.


Steve Coppens
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Really want a Sunoco National pump ad glass!!
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Steven C. #408614 Thu Apr 11 2013 03:01 AM
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Considering that Dennision is jus North of Dallas , I'm surprised it's on the market . If I wasn't dealing with so much debt and could unload the current place I have , hell, I'd move back an buy it ! Ed Shaver


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Steven C. #408619 Thu Apr 11 2013 04:27 AM
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Originally Posted By: SC62
Cool old building for sure. I don't get the island though. Really only room for the one pump! I wonder if this wasn't altered at some point in it's life.


It was more than likely visible pumps on each end with the oil bottles and such in the middle.


I am always looking for anything Texaco or Oklahoma oil and gas company's, also I am a newbie at seeking globes.
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texacokie #408631 Thu Apr 11 2013 06:32 AM
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it would be so cool
to this station
restored

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57SUNLINER #409133 Sat Apr 13 2013 03:07 AM
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Wow that place is amazing. Sure wish I could trade in my Canadian citizenship for a US one. I could make that place happen.


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