$1000 Tokheim 39 Short gas pump The computer spins nicely and the bell rings. Porcelain computer faces are in original excellent condition, with no chips or touch ups. It does have one dent in the corner and a small dent in the side near the computer reset handle. Neither are that bad. No rust except for some surface rust. Very solid. Shipping available. Please see full picture set on our web site: https://www.oldgaspumpguys.com/antique-gas-pumps-for-sale.html
Just bought this Large 1950’s Wolverine Texaco Fire Chief Pump off of an old Texaco employee. He added an original mini fire chief pump sign where a paper label would be and he added an original contains lead sign on the side. Also used flat head screws for affect. The pump has shelving in the back. I wanted to share the modification and ask if anyone had this pump as a kid. Thanks
I am getting close to finishing the restoration on my pump and I want to put it in the living room. I would like to put one of the 15" globes on it, but I am not sure if my living room is tall enough. Does anyone here know how tall one of those pumps is with a 13" or a 15" aftermarket steel globe on top?
Advanced notice, 22nd Annual Metro Petro Collectors Show featuring automobilia, petroliana and vintage advertising will be held rain or shine Sunday March 29, 2020 8 AM-1 PM at the Pompton Lakes Elks Lodge #1295, 1 Perrin Avenue, Pompton Lakes, NJ 07442.
Hello, I have a steel Quart can of Hurst Hydraulic Fluid for the Hurst Rescue tools, used in emergency services. I have had the can for 20+ years and it was old stock at our Dept. then. I would guess it is from the 70s, but that is only a guess. Condition is fair/good, it has some paint wrinkling around the top. Any opinions on value? Thanks Greg
Selling a limited reproduction Sear Oil Company metal body globe. These represent 2 of the 50 lenses that were reproduced by Chuck Pergl. The body is a 15" reproduction also from Pergl Gas Globes. Actual shipping will be charged. Asking $550.
European petroliana knowledge can be sparse around these parts so if you find these cans looking strikingly similar to the Mobiloil Gargoyle cans from the same time period from Europe, it is for a good reason. The same factory/company in France was responsible for pumping out Sphinxoil, Delcoil, Mobiloil and Mexicanoil branded products for the region. Because of this, you’ll notice cans from each brand sharing the same design cues from the font, to the placement/color/look of the logo and much, much more.
- 2L Automobile Oil Can - Handy Oiler (only ever seen 2) - Leather Notebook - 4 different letterheads from the 20s, 30s and 40s