Neat pictures! Seeing the Gilmore signs reminded me of Roscoe Turner, the air racer. He traveled with a pet lion cub named Gilmore.
Very nice, thanks for sharing
I miss the days when all the buildings had their own character. You could tell a gas station from a bank or a restaurant. Every brand had it's own type building. It made things interesting. On a recent trip I pulled off the road in Santa Barbara, Ca looking for a gas station and it was hard to find one even though I was looking right at it, it didn't have character. Everything looked uniform!
The 1937 La Salle is at a Flying A station at 6362 West Sunset Boulevard. The site is now occupied by the Cinerama Dome Theater. I wonder if the La Salle belongs to Norma Desmond.