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Found some more junk. The can of R12 freon has an original price tag for $1.59 and a sale tag for $0.99!
I found these letters and numbers at a local flea market. I believe that they are original. I looked up gas prices for the year of my car, and I guess it was about $.34 a gallon, So it’s right in the era of my car. I also got a number two, but it is a little broken. I would like to make a small nine for the 9/10 part of the price. I haven’t exactly figured out what to do permanently.
How can you guys stored old products that you cannot use again because its expired?
A little off topic, but vintage garage art non the less. My original 1951 14hp Evinrude outboard motor from when I was a kid. There was no minimum age to operate a small boat, unlike 16 to drive a car. I think I was 12 or 13 when I had my first boat.
Just completed one of my "Vintage Garage Stuff" projects. Finally wrapped up and installed my new mailbox.
its easy puts a smile on most peoples faces when they see sh#t like that old stuff
I found a very cool looking dwell-tach. Being a Michigander, I also like the fact it was made in Paw Paw. I have never heard of the maker. Harvey E. Hanson. Someone did some unauthorized modifications, so it might be tricky trying to get it functioning. When I opened it up, I thought it had a tube in it, but it turned out to a tube shaped relay that plugs in to a tube socket.