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Pump restoration, part I
#83515 Thu Apr 26 2007 03:53 AM
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Here is a before picture. One of Dads pumps I helped take to the paint shop last week. Hops to have some nice after pictures in a couple weeks/ months.
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Looks good Wes. Don't step in that bucket of oil when you are taking off the skins


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We picked up the pump from the first paint guy, he wasn't going very fast on it. Plan to take it to the second paint guy that we have been using lately soon. Hope to get it painted in a couple weeks.



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#83518 Thu Feb 28 2008 04:58 AM
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Nice Pump, But lets see more of those signs stacked behind it, spread them out, Is the GMC for sale, Rick


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We plan on taking the pump to the paint shop today!


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#83520 Sun Sep 21 2008 08:15 AM
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Picked the pump up yesterday at the paint shop. Looks good so far, need to put it all back together yet. More pictures as we get it assembled.

Tight fit in the back of a Mountaineer;




It will be finished as a Richfield pump. We have the Eagle decals and a globe for it.



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Looks great so far there Wes. Can not wait till it is done


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Looks great, love those 851's!


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