I don't believe I ever purchased anything that was rusty, looking old and used that I didn't intend to restore. If you had a garage filled with unrestored items like this lubster it would look like a pile of junk. I am old school, "It is only, original, ONCE..." in untrue, originally it was painted a nice beautiful red, with a very nice looking decal on it. Every issue of "Check the Oil" magazine features someone's collection, I have yet to see a collection of unrestored items such as yours.
So, it is yours, do with it what you want, you are the one who has to live with it, but when someone comes over and you take him out to your garage and showing him your stuff, and he asked are you going to restore that, what are you going to say?
Nice patina gilbarco 90 clock face pump,pump turns on and off ,door swings out and latch works perfectly,visigage is present with no cracks ,base has a split about 1 1/2" and one lower corner of pump has some rust $2150 or best offer,pick up or possible delivery to Hershey.
Regarding the over spray, I agree with Done4 about production line mentality. In one of the photo bucket pics you can see the factory sticker slapped on the inside door. I did make a mistake, this is a 575R model. Remote pump. I have a few copies of the literature on the remote pump. My father-in law that I got the pump from wanted to keep the originals. He also gave me a copy about the Mag-i-trol , and some regarding the Tokheim Lo-boy model no 39-L HR. I will scan and post elsewhere on this site, if anybody wants to see it.
Color me envious... A VERY nice find indeed. As for now, I would suggest that you do NOTHING to it other than a bit of oil, so that you may roll it around a bit, and run the pumps. Please wait ever so patiently, for suggestions, as to where to go from here. I you have a favorite company, please look into their history. You might want to restore it, to their colors. But remember... It is only, original, ONCE...