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    hi everyone

    I have a large bunch of old road maps. Late 50s to 80s.

    I keep a couple in my car to give it a "period" feel (also keep a few 1958ish magazines).

    If you have a state or region and a time frame (or a couple) let me know and I will see what I have. Yours free - - just give me a postal address.

    I started to catalogue them once but it was too much work so I will just look for what you might want and go from there. I have about 100. Came from an old gas station that got emptied out. I saved them from a trip to the dumpster.

    This is all continental US, by the way.

    Last edited by JohnG; April 12th, 2017, 10:46 PM.
    1958 Hardtop
    #8452 TBird Registry


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    Hi John
    I would be interested in a map showing routes in California as my 1958 Squarebird still has its California plates.I will cover the cost of postage and packing.
    My address is 72F, Eastgate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
    Postcode IP33 1YR


    • #3
      Old Road Maps available

      I would like to suggest that it might be a better idea if one were to put their personal information (phone number, email, postal address, etc.,) in a Private Message between members when posting on the Forum. We have many, many people "reading the mail" on this Forum at all times. Just a note of caution to consider...

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      • #4
        Thanks for your kind generosity, John Goulet. It's not often someone offers free artifacts from back in the day. Nice gesture, my friend. - Dave
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