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Terrell Posted - 06/14/2018 : 10:42:15 AM
More to come.
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Michael Hohn Posted - 10/15/2019 : 2:42:05 PM
Very effective.
Terrell Posted - 10/15/2019 : 09:03:38 AM
I've added just enough interior to look like there might be an interior.



Terrell Posted - 10/13/2019 : 1:17:02 PM
The pump is done.



And getting down 'n' dirty with the groundwork.



Terrell Posted - 10/11/2019 : 10:24:16 AM
Thanks, Carl and Rick !!

Thanks for the Graphics, Bob. But I've got that covered. I will save them for the future though.

Yeah, Frank, I hate they took the lead out of paint, too. Flats aren't as flat and it doesn't stick to vehicles anymore.

Thanks, Ted. I had a '73 Ford Courier that was supposed to run on Regular 94 octane. Premium was only 93.
quartergauger48 Posted - 10/10/2019 : 7:52:49 PM
Looking good Fredy!!! The pump looks good'.. Bob, nice graphics'..

Indeed Frank, Regular, that was actually high test compared with today's standards.. [:-bigeyes2]
Frank Palmer Posted - 10/10/2019 : 7:21:30 PM

CONTAINS LEAD Man that's the good stuff, not the corn squeezing's we have now.
Michael Hohn Posted - 10/10/2019 : 5:11:21 PM
Looks like the asphalt needs a resurfacing. In other words, very nice.

Mike

sgtbob Posted - 10/10/2019 : 4:05:56 PM




Terrell, Here's a couple of graphics you may want to use on that pump.

Cheers,
Bob

Rick Posted - 10/10/2019 : 3:38:04 PM
This looks outstanding.
Carl B Posted - 10/10/2019 : 2:52:22 PM
Still looking good Fred! [:-thumbu]
Terrell Posted - 10/10/2019 : 2:34:12 PM
Spreading asphalt. Actually, thin sheet cork.



And started a gas pump. A more modern '50's era.



It's a wood core sheathed in .020 styrene.
Terrell Posted - 10/09/2019 : 12:28:41 PM
Thanks, Bob and Frank !!

I guess we'll consider it an ex-Sinclair station.
Frank Palmer Posted - 10/08/2019 : 1:45:26 PM

Ah it's done in the old Sinclair colors.
sgtbob Posted - 10/08/2019 : 12:23:48 PM
I really like the way this is turning out.

Bob
Terrell Posted - 10/08/2019 : 12:02:31 PM
Thanks, Mike !!

The roof is pretty much done and I've started working it into the base.





The chimney is not that crooked.


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