Retired and just having fun on EBAY as a hobby! Hope you like one of our items!Look at pictures closely and read the description. If the condition suits you, make your bids! Don't get shut out at the last second because of high internet traffic! We do our best to describe items accurately using pictures and text. However, if you still have questions, we gladly do our best to answer all questions regarding the item up for bid. Sorry, but I have experienced more problems with international bidding than it is worth. T seems to be great problems for those people to get international money orders and I have had to request final value fee re-imbursements from EBAY because of that. I will also not give out my bank account number for international transfers. Tfore, I will only let those countries specified to bid. Absolutely no Pay Pal !!! Money order or cashier's check only . Please send email at the end of the auction and let us know when to expect the payment. Subject to removal if no interest at 3 days to go. No second chance offers. No refunds. If a reserve is placed on an item, it is simply to prevent losing an item to a picker at a price below what we have invested. For the protection of both buyer and seller, buyer must pay insurance on all items . The insurance amount will be specified on the invoice after the auction is over next to the shipping charge. If an item is lost or damaged in the mail, the buyer must contact us and we will send them the insurance receipt. The buyer's responsibility will be to submit the insurance request to the Post Office themselves. Probably a very rare MOBILGAS MOBILOIL First Aid Kit tin! I have the tin only (no contents). 2 7/8 inch x 3 3/8 inch and 3/4 inch thick. This little tin has great graphics as you can see. On the front edge is pictured a gas station with the Flying Red Horse on it and the words MOBILGAS and MOBILOIL to the left and right of the horse. Old cars are also pictured. The other three edges contain various pictures of the countryside (again with old cars). The bottom has some staining and t are a couple of insignificant small pushed in places on the lid (probably don't even show in the pictures). Various small scrapes (but again insignificant). Look at the pictures; only bid if the condition described suits you. When will you find another! To me, the cars appear to be in the styles around the late 1930's or early 1940's. Check other gas station related itms on now.