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#782650 Mon Oct 24 2022 02:02 PM
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I found a Facebook posting for a C-110 that was for sale. I had never seen a C-110 and started google search for photos of a C-110. I found 2 photos and each photo looked like a different variation of the C-110. The Facebook post has not been removed.

I searched oldgas.com and the only posts for a C-110 are so old that the photos are no longer visible.

Can someone post closeup photos of the mechanical equipment for setting the gallons (under a lift up cast iron cover) and a "computer" that is located under a bulged cover. I don't think there were any computers like Veeder Root when the C-110 was built, but appears to be some type of totalizing device. it also had a small visigauge at the discharge pipe (see attached photo). I have never seen a visible quite like it.

To sum up my post, could someone post photos of the C-110?

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I found a C-110 photo. You can see the end of the gallon selector lever extending out of the cast iron cover. I don't know what was under the bulged shiny cover.

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Found another photo on Facebook. This C-110 has the gallon selector handle, but does not have the shiny bulged cover below gallon selector. Running change maybe.

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Looks like the answer to my question is No. No one has photos to share.

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I think maybe the answer is no one has photos. period. That's a rare bird there. especially in Texas.

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My response was poorly worded. No one apparently has photos of this rare pump.

I saw one for sale on Facebook last week, but the post disappeared before I could research the rarity of the pump. I was not familiar with the C-110.


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