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Do you may remember the classic porcelain service station signs illuminated with high-watt light bulbs, like "Texaco" and "Skelly" (which are now highly valued collector items)?Then came the vacuum-formed, plastic-faced signs that were backlit with fluorescent lamps and used a marquis with changeable plastic "Wagner" or "ZIP" letters for specials and fuel pricing.Yes, the sign industry has evolved

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