Wednesday, June 15, 2011

without any cost

now that I look at this sign more closely, last week's sign was probably the 1934 road map.

Mr Linky is sleeping. Come back next Wednesday to sign in for the new party. In the meantime, feel free to visit these posts.

17 comments:

ewok1993 said...

where do you get these antique signs?

Postcardy said...

You could get lots of free service in 1934.

EG Wow said...

Times sure have changed!

Carola said...

It doesn't look so old. Great find.

Pat said...

What the heck is top dressing and touch-up black? Hmmm..... I love these old signs!

RedPat said...

Wow that is service - and probably with a smile!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Strange that they will check the battery, inflate the tyres and check if the oil is clean! That kind of service is unheard of now! Great find!

Francisca said...

We bemoan that nothing is free anymore, but that's not true really. The internet gives away a stunning amount of information and services without cost to users... take the linky tools as a first example... or the search I just did... or our blogs... Cools sign, though.

Joy said...

I could do with a few of those things, Oh for the days of service.

Woody said...

Some things never change, but others fade away. You never need to replace fan belts or spark plugs anymore. Neat sign.

Scrappy Grams said...

no, I'm sure it's a sign; it's just tell to you to ask for a map. And they were free for a very long time!

Scrappy Grams said...

I've tried to get your sign badge to put on my blog, but I've had no success. How do I do it?

Sreisaat said...

Whoa - a vintage sign! I love vintage ephemera :)

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Wren said...

Services, without any cost? Think that will make a come back?

Looking forward to seeing all the great signs you've all found this week.

Karine said...

Without cost? Seriously? They sure don't make 'em like they used to!

bettyl said...

Ah, those were the 'good ol' days' !

don said...

What a neat sign to notice and shoot. Fine, detailed image. Well done.