Antique Gas Pumps & Related Items


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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 2 AD GLASS PANELS ABOVE THE FACE. IT HAS BEEN RESTORED IN HANCOCK GAS. INSIDE IS AS NICE AS OUTSIDE. PRICE $4,565.00


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1937-1941 WAYNE 70. THIS PUMP HAS BEEN RESTORED IN GILMORE GAS. THE SIGHT GLASS IS JUST ABOVE THE FACE. IT HAS 4 AD -GLASS PANELS.
 

1930'S WAYNE 60 CLOCKFACE. THIS PUMP HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RESTORED IN GILMORE BLU-GREEN GAS. IT IS RARE BECAUSE IT IS A REAL CLOCKFACE PUMP. ALL OF THE SHEET METAL IS ORIGINAL. COMES WITH CLOTH HOSE.


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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. $32,995.00



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1931 Erie 753-LP This pump came out of the East coast, it had 1 coat of paint on it. All sheet metal is original. The faces are original and so are the hands. This is very unusual for a pump of this age to be in such great condition. It must have been stored in a barn. It has been painted with automotive paint, and all of the art work has been hand painted.

1920's Greaser. This greaser is made by BALL CRANK. It is very rare.
 

 
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1920ís Bowser Oil Dispenser
This oil dispenser is in a riveted metal box with a lid that latches. It has been restored In Zerolene. (Standard Oil Co. of California).

 


Mobil Display case made out of Aluminum. Excellent quality. Comes with 3 glass shelves & brackets. Case can be ordered with Pepsi, Shell, Texaco, etc. logos. $2,195.00

Plus $100.00 shipping to anywhere in the U.S.

 


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1948 Eco Air& Water Islander. Fully restored with a unique hand punched globe. MFG by John Wood Co.


1937 Gilbert & Barker Gas Pump
This is a Rare non computing CLOCKFACE meter pump
Restored with Automotive 2 stage paint.
 

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1920ís Champion Spark Plug Cleaner With original Sign.


1934 ECO Tiremeter Restored and functional. Will work when hooked Up to a compressor.


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1920ís Bennett Highboy w/ Glass Cylinder (Very Rare) Restored Seaside. Handpainted and Clear coated.   


1950ís Auto-Lite Spark Plug Cleaner Restored and functional.  $605.00
 


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1920's (STANDARD PRODUCTS) GREASE GUN RACK
This grease gun rack was manufactured by Paramount Manufacturing Products.  It comes with 8 original grease guns.  These pieces are very hard to find.  Most of the Service Stations and Auto Repair Shops did not have these because of the expense of purchasing them.  The grease guns were usually hung on a wall.  This item was found in the State of Washington.  $4,395.00


1928 BENNETT MODEL 4399
 
This oil house is called the "IMPERIAL CAR BAR," because it is a four compartment oil dispenser.  It was found in Northern California. The Gentleman that owned it was very hesitant to sale it because it is so "RARE."  It was  in good shape for being outside since it was new.  The only thing that had to be replaced on it was the top.  This is the "RAREST" oil house that I have ever seen.   $16,495.00


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1926 BENNETT Portable Oil Cart

This oil cart has (2) 25 gallon compartments. It was used to take out to the gas pumps during the day and to be able to service the automobiles and returned to the garage at night. The oil dispenser came with "VISIBLE" glass pumps. Through the years the glass was changed to metal because of the possibility of breakage. Everything on this cart is original, even the glass cylinders. The artwork is all hand painted and clear coated. No Decals.This cart was found in a small town in Northern California.


1925 BOYLE-DAYTON GAS CART

This cart was used to roll out to the car for gas during the day and at closing time it would be brought back in the shop. This item was in great shape. It even has the original tires.


 

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