It's best to start at the old general store in Pell City where David Tims keeps most of the furniture
Bargains in Brundidge
It's okay to call Oscar McDowell O.K. In fact, he'd prefer it. He'll even answer to Alabama Sign Man, his self-dubbed title. "I figured that since I had more signs than anyone else, I was just going to keep that name," O.K. says with a chuckle.
And signs he has. You'll find all kinds of authentic tin signs, advertising everything from RC Cola to Goodyear Tires, in his five rustic buildings. O.K. built one and moved four here from the countryside in and around Brundidge. Of course, he also carries old gas pumps, metal gliders, antique heart-pine furniture, and other pieces.
Because you're into antiques, you'll want to explore downtown too. With five other antiques stores in this small town with a population of little more than 2,300, Brundidge calls itself Antique City.