Spirited,Spirited said:Phil, please don`t delete/move there`s a BIKE in this.
I`m sorry but I fail to see anything "SARCASTIC" about my request to not move or delete. My post on GO FAST was removed because no bike content, OK fine. What does HARBOR FREIGHT have to do with bikes. You guys need to think things out a little before you pull the trigger. I thought a 253 MPH car would be of intrest to some members but the post was "moved" to where I don`t know. Again, I`m not being sarcastic, only stating what I see. Rules are rules and should apply to all on any given day, but they need to be a little more clear to dummy`s like me. :roll: BTW, Phil send me a post why my post on "go fast" was moved. :wink:Spiritman said:
Yeah, that's right......all I did was offer an explanation when asked about why the thread was moved!Spiritman said:Spirited,
No need for such a sarcastic message, if you want the truth I was the one that moved your sports car thread off the board not Phil.
You should recognize that next-to-last one, which is on old Rt. 66 -- I think pretty close to Amboy just north of 29 Palms Marine Base. (Ironic aside: the little town of Baghdad, CA is just outside the base. I've been to Baghdad and made it back safely.)i like those old gas stations. when i had my shadow i was always on the lookout for an old station to use as a backdrop for bike pics.
PopawPat, I`m with you. I remember a LOT of these. I used to but 5 gal. of gas for my Granmother`s 37 Ford for $1.00, wow. The pump was the kind you pumped up gas to the top glass container and then it would flow down. Memories plus. :wink:PopawPat said:Boy, do these bring back a lot of memories!!!!!!!! Being born in 1953 I can remember a lot of these. I'd love to know if any of these are in my area.
John, sound's like you just planned our next ride this spring, ride up there and get our bikes in the pic in front.NCSabreRider said:For what its worth, the Shell station that looks like a sea shell is located on Sprague Street in Winston-Salem, NC. Been going by it since I was a kid; in fact my father at one time owned an Esso station about three blocks away from this particular Shell station.