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Unrestored Pumps starts at $600.00 Fully restored 50's pumps start at $2795.00
Call for stock information.

We carry many original and reproduction parts. A full line of reproduction gas pump globes are in stock.
Repro pumps are available either as a kit or complete.

This Bennett 756 pump is restored in
correct Sinclair Dino gasoline colors.
One of the favorite pumps of this
time period.
Restored for a friend in Iowa.
Here we have a Martin & Schwartz 80 gaspump done in Standard Red Crown gasoline colors. These pumps were manufactured in Salisbury, Maryland until the early fifties. About 1952 the Wayne Pump Company of Indiana purchased the company. Thereafter all pumps were branded Wayne until the plant closed in the early years of 2000. This pump was restored and shipped to Southern California where it is now on view.
The Gilbarco Sell-A-Vision is a very uncommon gaspump. It had a backlighted message top which rotated. The message was seen by the motorist as a reminder to "Change Your Oil"....."Check Your Tires" etc. Very progressive for 1950's advertising, don't you agree?

Now on display at a local museum.
This Rapidayton was the last version of gaspumps manufactured by the
Dayton Pump Company, Dayton, Ohio.
These pumps were very well engineered. Restored in Mohawk gasoline. Mohawk was an Upper West Coast oil company.

Currently in a private collection in the Los Angeles area.
After World War II pump sizes were
reduced to about 60 inches in height. Gilbarco was one of the first to do so.
This is an example of a 900 Series pump restored in Mobilgas Special colors.
A gentleman in Front Royal, Virginia has
it displayed in a backyard gas
station museum.
In 1958 the Wayne Pump Company was building these Multi-Blend gaspumps exclusively for the Sun Oil Company. SUNOCO was a popular gasoline then as it is now with auto racing fans. These pumps are very sought after currently with muscle car collectors. Being displayed locally at
a friend's auto collection.
SUNOCO used a lot of Wayne/ Martin & Schwartz pumps during the 50's. This is called an adglass top for obvious reasons. Restored in correct colors.

Resides in Southern, Maryland

 

 

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