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We found this Antique Champion Air Compressor from 1920 in an old gas station in a little town in Missouri. First of all, we completely restored the compressor to its original look. Most noteworthy are the accents like a flat leather belt and hand painted artwork. As a result this is a beautiful piece to have in your collection. Because of the air compressor’s age we did not re-pressure test it. It is for display only.
We use a reliable shipping company reasonably priced and able to ship anywhere. The compressor will be shipped in a custom built crate to ensure its safety.
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“
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. 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.