Austin-Healey Sign.+2 Mobiloil.
Last Post 09 May 2010 09:46 PM by Advertising Antiques Ltd. 4 Replies.
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30 Apr 2010 09:42 PM  

Just acquired these signs.The Austin Healey is aluminium and would date from early 50s-first Austin Healey produced in 1952.I should think it is a rare motoring sign. I can`t recall ever seeing another.

The 2 Mobiloils are in 99% mint condition.

Anyone got any more motoring signs relating to actual makes of cars?

cheers,

Mike.

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30 Apr 2010 09:50 PM  

Those mobile signs are real nice,  are they off an oil cabnet? there seems to be a whole range of them.

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30 Apr 2010 10:13 PM  

Hi Rusty signs-yes the signs would have been off an oil cabinet.I also have one for Mobiloil" A" and have seen a few more variations,e.g. Mobiloil D,Mobiloil AF etc.

Mike.

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05 May 2010 07:32 AM  
Hi Mike
Good to see these,
I have an enamel for BSA cars [late 1920`s] and a Maserati service {1950`s}.
I have seen enamels for Hudson Essex An American car maker.
There must be more.
Cheers Fish
I Will try and post pictures of my signs
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09 May 2010 09:46 PM  

 I have seen more signs for some makes of car than I have examples of the car!

I saw a pic of a Trojan sign the other day.

Al.

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