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  1. I have the first edition of Scott Benjamin’s Gas Globe Guide CD available. It is in "as new" condition, and comes in the original case. I thought someone would get great use of the oil company history information and photos, and NOT have to spend the $55 (shipped cost) for the new second edition. This searchable CD has color photos of about 5,200 gas globes, including a rarity guide, original globe body type, and value information that was current at the time of publication. There is also gas and oil company history shown for many hundreds of brands. There is just a ton of info on this CD. As I mentioned, the CD is searchable. Let's say you are considering a White Flash globe, and you didn't know this was an Atlantic brand. You can just type "White Flash" in the CD search box, and it will take you right to the White Flash globes in the Atlantic section. As I mentioned, the second edition (2016) of this CD is now available, and does include some globes that have been "found" since 2012. However, this first edition CD is still a valuable resource for someone just getting interested in gas globes, or for the more general gas/oil collector. I've tried to price this CD accordingly. The price is just $10, plus $5 for U.S.P.S. shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  2. I have the first edition of Scott Benjamin’s Gas Globe Guide CD available. It is in "as new" condition, and comes in the original case. I thought someone would get great use of the oil company history information and photos, and NOT have to spend the $55 (shipped cost) for the new second edition. This searchable CD has color photos of about 5,200 gas globes, including a rarity guide, original globe body type, and value information that was current at the time of publication. There is also gas and oil company history shown for many hundreds of brands. There is just a ton of info on this CD. As I mentioned, the CD is searchable. Let's say you are considering a White Flash globe, and you didn't know this was an Atlantic brand. You can just type "White Flash" in the CD search box, and it will take you right to the White Flash globes in the Atlantic section. As I mentioned, the second edition (2016) of this CD is now available, and does include some globes that have been "found" since 2012. However, this first edition CD is still a valuable resource for someone just getting interested in gas globes, or for the more general gas/oil collector. I've tried to price this CD accordingly. The price is just $10, plus $5 for U.S.P.S. shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  3. This is an aluminum Gyro-Copter toy that I believe dates to just after W.W.II. It's an unusual piece, that I haven't seen before. There is no manufacturer's name on it. This is a good-sized toy, in overall very good condition. The rotor has a span of 15", while the cabin measures 10" long. Does anyone have an idea of who the manufacturer was? Thanks. John
  4. Still available. Won't be that costly to safely ship Happy to you.
  5. Still available. Won't be that costly to safely ship Happy to you.
  6. Thought the photos were including in my posting. I must have been in a hurry. Here's a link to my posting for the hubcap in "Buick Buy/Sell". It has all the photos in it.
  7. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. I have two NOS Hood Ornament for 1979-85 Buick Riviera available. They are guaranteed to be NOS. These have the gold-colored "R". They are pring-loaded, of course. These went "no-longer-available" from Buick quite a few years ago. The price is just $50 each, plus the shipping. Guaranteed to be NOS! Thanks for looking. John
  8. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. I have two NOS Hood Ornament for 1979-85 Buick Riviera available. They are guaranteed to be NOS. These have the gold-colored "R". They are pring-loaded, of course. These went "no-longer-available" from Buick quite a few years ago. The price is just $50 each, plus the shipping. Guaranteed to be NOS! Thanks for looking. John
  9. I have two NOS Hood Ornament for 1979-85 Buick Riviera available. They are guaranteed to be NOS. These have the gold-colored "R". They are pring-loaded, of course. These went "no-longer-available" from Buick quite a few years ago. The price is just $50 each, plus the shipping. Guaranteed to be NOS! Thanks for looking. John
  10. Early and Later 1930's Plymouth Tie Rod Ends. New-In-Box.

    Bob, Please check your "Conversations" (the little envelope at the top of the page). John
  11. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the upcoming BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. I have a good condition, used back glass for 1963-65 Buick Riviera for sale. I guess we could also call this the large "rear window" that runs parallel to the back seat. It isn't perfect, in that it has a few minor scratches (no chips or cracks)....I would call it good "driver" quality. Please don’t expect a “new” piece of glass for this price. This back glass is tinted a light green. The only markings on the glass are the LOF logo, and the coding of "AS2 LG". To clarify, this is NOT a side rear window. This is the large, wide glass that goes between the rear package shelf and the deck lid. This glass is located in central Wisconsin, in case someone is interested in picking it up. The price is $50, plus shipping. This piece is small enough and flat enough that it can be shipped by FedEx Ground. Thanks. John
  12. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the upcoming BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. I have a good condition, used back glass for 1963-65 Buick Riviera for sale. I guess we could also call this the large "rear window" that runs parallel to the back seat. It isn't perfect, in that it has a few minor scratches (no chips or cracks)....I would call it good "driver" quality. But, please don’t expect a “new” piece of glass. This back glass is tinted a light green. The only markings on the glass are the LOF logo, and the coding of "AS2 LG". To clarify, this is NOT a side rear window. This is the large, wide glass that goes between the rear package shelf and the deck lid. This glass is located in central Wisconsin, in case someone is interested in picking it up. The price is $50, plus shipping. This piece is small enough and flat enough that it can be shipped by FedEx Ground. Thanks. John
  13. Early and Later 1930's Plymouth Tie Rod Ends. New-In-Box.

    Hi, Bob. All of my left and right tie rod end pairs have been sold. However, I have a couple of these old stock, LEFT SIDE tie rod ends left. If you can use a left side one, the price is $40, plus shipping. Thanks. John
  14. Thank you for checking in, Brian. My first preference from both a packing time and SIGN SAFETY standpoint is that this sign be picked up by the buyer at the upcoming BCA meet in Brookfield....rather than shipping. I've responded to your PM in detail. Thanks for your understanding John
  15. Gang, this sign might be too long to ship economically. However, I can deliver it FREE of charge to the upcoming BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. NOTE: Please disregard all of the reflections you see in the photos. These are not on the sign. This is a genuine 1971 BUICK dealership showroom sign. It features the new year’s advertising slogan: “Something to Believe In”. This sign was originally unframed, and designed to simply hang in the dealer's showroom or front window during new model introduction in the fall. It normally would have been discarded after that, meaning relatively few of these have survived over the years. When I purchased this original sign, I had it professionally framed and backed, so that it was protected, and more easily hung. This '71 BUICK dealer sign measures 71" long by 21-1/4" high. The added gray plastic frame and steel hanging supports were designed to be compliment the look of the original sign. There is now also a removable, clear plastic protector sheet (can't be seen) over the face of the original sign. This sign was used in a BUICK dealership back in the day. So, there are a few marks here and there. So, don't expect an NOS piece. In summary though, this hard-to-find sign has very good color, and displays well. The price is $375, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John