Post 665: Could Have Had a V-8

Vintage Antique Ford V8 Hubcap 1937, 1938, 1939 – $25
Vintage Antique Ford V8 Hubcap 1937, 1938, 1939

Vintage Antique Ford V8 Hubcap 1937, 1938, 1939. Original condition as found in the desert. Has a dent in the center but not rusted our and no holes.

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Post 654: Mama Ain’t Happy

Soda bottles

 

Here are 13 old, maybe not antique soda bottles. You can see the labels. 

Please help me! My wife said that no one would want these and they have been taking up room in our basement for years. Please take them!!!

They are free for the taking. I hate to put them in recycling before trying to find a new home for them.

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Post 632: Not the Weirdest

Vintage WWII Military Issue Under Garments. – $80

 

Now 4 pair of WWII military issue three button green under garments.

I SOLD A PAIR.

Size 32 inch waist.

Not the weirdest thing I’ve ever sold, but these are now in the top 5.

I am a collector of militaria.

Never been worn.

New Old Stock

But these are in pretty good condition for being manufactured in 1945.

Only one button missing, one pair has a small moth hole and only one pair has a makers mark.

“Goodenow Textiles Co.
Dated March 9, 1945
P.O. No 1664F
U. S. ARMY SPEC. 6-188B
55-D-402”

Sorry, I no longer do business by email. Pleas call of text for fast reply.
And check out all the other treasures I have for sale.

Thanks for looking.

Mr [Person] / [Verb] N [Adjective] [Color]

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Post 567: Long Ago and Faraday

Back in the 1950s when I was born, we didn’t have mattresses or cushions on our day beds. We were happy to have the steel frame so we weren’t on the ground. And if we needed both beds, we had to hold one up to make it the same height. None of those fancy spring releases to push, I can tell you! We also knew the difference between a day bed and a trundle. Now get that contraption off my lawn! Continue reading