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1928 Guarantee Fry Model 71 Gas Pump

Price: $7995.00

This is an original 1928 Guarantee Fry Model 71 Gas Pump nicknamed “Speed Boy”.  We are happy to have this piece of history available for you today featuring an Original Blue glass hand operated cylinder.  The entire pump has been completely restored inside and out.  It was sand blasted down to the bare metal then it was primed and sanded to a smooth finish.  Then it was painted in a two stage process (base coat/clear coat).  For the finishing touch we added the Veltex Aviation Globe and included a hose and nozzle.

Dimensions: 2′ x 2′ x 10′

1930’s Tokheim 850 Clockface Gas Pump

Price: $7450.00

1930’s Tokheim 850 Clockface Gas Pump.  The pump has been taken out to lessen the weight.  It has a cast iron center section not sheet metal.  It has been re-painted sometime in its life many years ago (not very well at that).  There is no rot and the top skins are in great condition.  There are some minor dents on the lower skin.  It is missing the top cap for the sight glass.  You can find these online to make this an easy restoration.

Neon Porcelain Mobil Horse

 

  

This is a Porcelain Neon Flying Mobil Horse

Works Great, Flaps wings, Great condition
Great addition to any collection

dimensions 8′ x 6″ x 6′

Price: $14950.00

Porcelain Mobil Horse Cooker Cutter

 

  

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

1920’s Hayes Gas Pump

“Convertible”

Polly gas pump design

 



Price: $9450.00

Today are looking at a very unique original Hayes Gas Pump known as the Convertible
featuring an Original glass cylinder with numbers etched on front and back
side arm is used to fill cylinder
back lever is used to select the quantity desired.
included 2in. thick 10 ft. long new cloth hose
chrome plated 1in. threads
Entire pump has been completely restored. sanded down to bare metal then it was primer and sanded to a smooth finish,
then we painted it with automotive paint,and buffed to a high gloss.
and for the finishing touch we added the Polly gas logo
then it was accented in a fine pinstriped line.
paint sanded and topped with a clear coat
The Dim. are 24″x24″x10′

1920’s American Gas Pump

Gilmore gas pump design

 

Price: $14950.00

Today are looking at an original American Gas Pump
This pump is One of ours which has been on display at our Long time customers The Black Hawk Museum in
Danville, California
We are happy to have this piece of history available to you today
featuring an Original Blue glass cylinder
included is 2in. thick 10 ft. long new cloth hose
ends of hose have been chrome plated over brass
Entire pump has been completely restored. sand blasted down to bare metal then it was primed and sanded to a smooth finish,
We then painted it with automotive paint, pinstriped, added the Gilmore Gas Logo, Clear coated and buffed to a high gloss.
and for the finishing touch we added the Gilmore Globe
The Dim. are 10′x18“x18

1940’S BENNETT 646

 MVC-021S1a

SOLD

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

 MVC-022S1b

SOLD

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

 MVC-023S1a

SOLD

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

1930’s Wayne 60 Clockface

 MVC-033S1a

SOLD

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.

1920’s Wayne MDL 492 (Roman Pump)

SOLD

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.