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Pump Identification Help
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I haven't ever paid close attention to pumps models/makes. Can someone help me identify this pump I just bought? Thank you.

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Re: Pump Identification Help
coltex #709676 Mon May 14 2018 08:51 PM
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Wayne 60T, made for tidewater oil co. 1936 thru 1939


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Your pump is a version of the Bennett 155, it is not shown in my Gas Pump ID book. This pump was sold to anyone, but Bennett prepared these for Tydol when they bought them, that thing on the top is for a special globe/ad glass whatever, most of us call it the shoebox globe. I have a parts manual available for this pump, it is shown on this page of my website: http://petrolianacollectibles.com/bennett%20135.htm

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coltex #709679 Mon May 14 2018 09:04 PM
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Take another good long look there Jack! That's NOT a Bennett, its a Wayne 60T!!!!


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K W FRITH #709680 Mon May 14 2018 09:23 PM
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Kevin is right, I had one of these. I thought coltex was pulling our leg! A rare and sought after pump. I don't suppose you got a white, milk glass, square globe with it too? Ed.

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coltex #709681 Mon May 14 2018 09:31 PM
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You got yourself a good one. I am the currant owner of the one Ed Steagall mentioned and I am happy to have it. The pump below in my post is a Bennett 155 that Jack mentioned.


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Thanks a million guys. I knew it was good because I haven't ever seen one in my 30+ years of collecting. Sorry, No globe on it. I'll have to look for one.

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coltex #709684 Mon May 14 2018 09:52 PM
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It will be hard to find a original shoebox globe and very pricey if you do. You can get a reproduction one from Paul Bell here on oldgas. He even offers the Super Extra. Here is a thread I did on shoebox pumps. You should add pictures of your pump to this thread. http://www.oldgas.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=687256


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coltex #709685 Mon May 14 2018 09:56 PM
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REALLY NICE FIND. GREAT PUMP

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The 60T, one of my favorites!

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coltex #709700 Tue May 15 2018 08:16 AM
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What a find, sometimes you just get lucky. Congratulations.

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MATT ALVAREZ #709705 Tue May 15 2018 09:08 AM
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The missing face plate looks the same as a regular Wayne 60. What do you think Matt? Ed.

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coltex #709744 Tue May 15 2018 09:53 PM
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Ed, a regular 60 face bezel will work. The hinge door model has a lip spot welded to the bottom that would need to be removed. The horse shoe trim is the same as a wide body.


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