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1940′s Western Auto Store Tin Sign

Submitted by on January 21, 2011 – 2:06 pm

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1940′s Western Auto Store Tin Sign Picture and Description:

 211601206732079590 1940s Western Auto Store Tin Sign

You are bidding on this guaranteed original and vintage 1940's Western Auto Store Tin Sign This is an excellent condition tin sign. It went on the road/highway to indicate how many more miles to a Western Auto Store. There is minor overall and uniform wear that is to be expected. Strong paint and great shine that has some minor interruptions to gloss in places. However, mainly visible when turned at an angle to light. No major problems and displays wonderfully. Metal sign is mounted on wood. A very hard to find sign. Measures 36"x12" Seller accepts PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. Buyer to pay $16.50 shipping and insurance via UPS in the Cont. US. We will combine shipping costs for multiple purchases. We ship all items the same day payment is received and we take extra care in all of our packing. We learned a long time ago that it is better to pack right the first time. It may cost a little more and it takes us extra time, but we and our customers feel it is well worth it. CA residents, add 8.75% sales tax. For additional information, please email us at info@colacorner.com or call toll free 888-775-5377.

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