Gas Related

Porcelain Mobil Horse Cooker Cutter

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This horse was taken off a station on Foothill Blvd. in Redlands Ca.
This is a very rare size about 4′ tall and still in original condition.

Price: $6550.00

1930’s Wayne 60 Clockface



This pump has been completely restored in Gilmore Blu-Green gas. It is rare because it’s a real Clockface Pump. All of the sheet metal is original. Comes with cloth hose.

1940’S BENNETT 646



This is a computer pump w/2 ad glass panels above the face. It’s 2 stage paint. It has been restored in Richfield gas. The inside is as good as the outside.

1940’S BENNETT 646



This pump is a computer pump and comes with a 2 AD glass panels above the face. It has been restored in Hancock gas. Inside is as nice as outside.

1937-1941 Wayne 70



This pump has been restored in Gilmore gas. The sight glass is just avoce the face. It has 4 AD-glass Panels.

1920’s Wayne MDL 492 (Roman Pump)


This pump was considered the ‘FINEST VISIBLE PUMP EVER DESIGNED.” The Wayne model 492 was hand operated by a 2-cylinder continuous action pump of new design, actuated by a handy lever instead of the usual crank.
From every viewpoint of beauty and utility, this pump is in a class of it’s own.

Wayne was the leader for 30 years in the production of filling station equipment. With their ability to produce the highest type of gasoline pumping equipment was evident with this model. They established new standards of beauty, efficiency, service and economy of operation with the development of the outstanding ROMAN PUMP. This is one of the most sought after pumps for the Collector.

This pump was found in a barn on the East Coast. It had been stored for many years. When I received it, it was 100% complete including the blue glass cylinder. The only parts that had to be replaced were the gallon markers, inside pipes and globe. There wasn’t any rust which is very unusual. Today this pump is called the “ROLLS ROYCE” OF GAS PUMPS.