That one's a barrel pump and is a little different looking dimensionally than others I've seen. I don't think it's meant to have a hose attached. It just fills a hand held swingspout type can. I think it's an oil pump ( could be used for kerosene also depending on what seals are in it) because it has limited travel and you have to wind it back and forth. It would take an eternity to fuel a bus with it. I think it has great coolness factor and would probably get 80-100 in my neck of the woods
I can do both the early 6 5/8 diameter gallons (same as US 5 quart) and the newer shorter 7" diameter gallon cans. I also can dent repair any early soldered rectangular/square tins. From the smaller half gallons right up to the big square 5 gallons.
Started on my first visible (Wayne 615). Someone took the pump out if it and wondering what you all have used and how you have mounted the handles if the pump is gone. Would like to keep the handle moving if possible. The handle I have is a repo