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Subject: Fw: Re: [oletrucks] Restoring old traffic lights-off subject
From: Wally Teto <katana2k@juno.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 09:54:31 -0500

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From: Wally Teto <katana2k@juno.com>
To: Moneymatters@snet.net
Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 09:53:28 -0500
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] Restoring old traffic lights-off subject
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Full-Name: Wally Teto

Chet you might give this a try:

http://oldgas.com/roster/nj.html      A place to post items wanted (and
for sale?), mostly old gas station stuff, but also pertains to what you
are looking for.

http://www.trafficlights.com/      Here you can actually buy parts for
old signal lights.

These lights go for big bucks.  I saw a guy at the Brimfield MA antique
show this Spring selling working signal lights for $600-1000!!

Wally / Templeton, MA
53 3100 rod project

On Fri, 10 Nov 2000 07:26:32 -0500 smiler <Moneymatters@snet.net> writes:
> I found a pair of old 1950's traffic lights at a local swap meet, and
> would like to restore them for display in my garage.  Anybody know 
> of a
> source for parts to rebuild them.  Specifically I need 2 - 8 inch 
> green
> light lense(s) and the sheet metal hoods that go over each light for 
> the
> other. The housings are painted green not yellow.  Thanks
> -- 
> Chet Balint
> 1950 Chevy AD "Rocky"
> 1948 GMC
> Cheshire,  CT
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959

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