Morning all! Nice bright sun shiny day here in North Dakota! Its been hot and we could use some of the rain that Jim is getting. Its getting a bit dry here from all the heat. We had visitors on the neighbors yard this morning! The bunch was split up, with some feeding on the grass while these others stood watch at the shoreline! Hope all is well with the rest of you. Have a great day on me!!--KEVIN
I haven't been following all your posts, but I just want to let you know if you intend to put anything into the ground such as a pipe to carry gasoline you will need a local/county/state and possibly a federal license to do that. Things are tight today when it comes to putting in tanks or anything that carries gasoline.
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.
Thanks Gary . Your sons idea will be a good one I like the old 55 chevy cabs . I keep wanting to attend that big car show in Springfield mo one of these years . Maybe in the next year or two we can meet up there with a few old cars.
Nice clean looking shop Jim . That is a good idea with the drywall jack for sure . Lots of work but it will be worth it . Our old shop house was white metal ceiling and osb painted walls , I loved it as it was nice and bright . Had about a foot of blow in cellulose insulation above the metal and it stayed cold in summers and warm in the winters very well.