Does anyone have an original jar lid for a Wayne 519? I have been told the jar lid and dome are both the same as on the 515 and 615. I am also looking for the tubes that fill the cylinder full of gas. Thanks, Andrew
I found two photos of a Chevron station with the same Chevron logo that you have. The photos are front and back and they serve to demonstrate very clearly the issue you have. That is, the decals are inconsistently applied - notice how one Chevron sign is much lower than the others. Also notice how the horizontal decal "Premium" in the foreground of the first photo is lower than the decal on the middle pump. There also appears to be a horizontal decal across the top of the pump skirt (just below the glass bezel).
Welcome to Oldgas! Can't speak to value ,think it would be of interest to gulf collector. I remember this promotion the shoes were plastic and designed to stick to window,think most were given to kids and didn't survive. Exxon had Tony's tail you hung out of gas door ,Gulf had Horseshoes.
Well that lets you know my age, I've reached the top but not all the way over the hill just yet! Still Kicking,LOL!
The first two pump shown are Tokheim 39s, the last pump ("Diesel) is a Martin & Schwartz/Wayne Model 80 pump. At the time these pumps were born, there was no connection between M&S/Wayne and Tokheim so I don't know what the 46H is all about. The one thing that seems strange is that the ID tag is screwed on where most ID tags are riveted on.