For sale is a 39 tall two ad glass pump. Was a Skelly pump at one time. Pump has a nice patina but no rust through. A few dents and hinge on the access door needs some work to close. Pump is located in Wichita Kansas. $850.00/obo. Would consider partial trades for signs or globes.
Extra 3 sets of gallon markers for 10 gallon that I do not have any need for... Uncertain how old but do appear to be made from stainless steel. Previous owner placed a little glue to to keep them stationary. 3 Rods included. Looking to get $150 for the set of three plus actual shipping costs.
I'm converting my Fry 17 back to its original 5 gal cylinder and do not need this 12" x 27" glass cylinder. No apparent flaws other than a little haze here and there that I did not attempt to clean. And a few air bubbles with a partial line or seam which may be difficult to see in photos. Looking to get $625 + shipping or some other arrangement... Contact me to discuss.
Thanks for all the input! The pump presents a little better in the photos than being present. It wasn't completely disassembled for paint, has blisters, runs and other imperfections, and actually still has all the internal pump/motor components which makes for an extremely heavy move! I'm going to attempt negotiating a $2500 price limit as I bought a couple of other pumps from him recently! We'll see how things go over the next few weeks...
Nice Ford Motor Company Lock Lubricant Handy Oiler on eBay. This auction ends on Sunday 02/02 @ 7pm PST / 10pm EST.
This can has the Ford logo graphic on the front of the can. It also has all of the other Ford Motor Company cars/divisions listed at the bottom: Ford, Thunderbird, Mercury, Lincoln, Continental and Edsel. Below each is cool graphics of their corresponding logo. The can has great colors and no fading. The top is in good condition as well. The can does have a few minor cosmetic issues, which include a few minor scratches and surface blemishes. The top has surface rust and the can shows some signs of aging. The can is empty (approx. 2.5" tall x 2.75" wide x 1.5" deep). This can was manufactured by The Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan (just outside of Detroit).
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Update. I was able to get the doors off by going through the top and using a pry bar to release the doors. Boy, those screws in the top did not want to let go. Thanks for the help, I’m not sure I would have ever figured that out. I attached pics in case anyone else can use the info.