Many have been at this a lot longer than myself and have probably seen and collected rare gas Regular/Ethyl pump plate sets. It sometimes drives you crazy having one sign and knowing there is another out there somewhere that would complete your collection. Sometimes you have to let it go, but sometimes all the planets line up and you are able to find that missing “needle in a haystack”.
I have posted a couple of my pics of the Ethyl/Regular “sets” that I have been able to put together. I believe the Platinum set belong to Texgas here in Texas. The HiArc and White Flash of course are Atlantic. I was wondering what rare sets others have been able to put together?
After checking quite a few places, I can find some items which appear to be similar, but not the same as this pump. They all sold for about $2,000. Do you think this is close to the value of my pump? What are your thoughts?
Wayne Gas Cart, last used early 80's, drained and been sitting inside since. Tires and hose are in very good shape other than flat spots from sitting - probably replaced in the late 70's, along with pump rebuild and paint. Sold "as-is". Full set of detailed pictures HERE
Location Victoria, BC Canada. For about $100, I can bring it to Seattle WA, or Vancouver BC. Buyer can pick up there or arrange for shipping. CAD $ 1,000 approx USD $ 775.
An awesome sign that would work as well over the fireplace as it would in your man-cave or workshop. A three-foot wide by 18 inches tall wood sign for Caterpillar Lifts that's carved out of a solid block of wood that's two inches thick, heavy, and detailed with original white background stain. Heavy, with solid eye hooks for hanging in the top of the sign. One sided sign. $170 plus shipping
This is not a post to question the legitimacy of this listing or anything illnatured. I am just simply wondering, is this can worth this much? I see it is to the 3 or 4 people bidding on it, but I was just surprised to see a composite quart garnering such bids. Thanks, Darin