Old Gas Guys,
Just finished another gas pump restoration; this is as fresh a restoration as they come! The pump is a Martin & Schwartz Model 80. We used a reproduction top on this one. A lot of extras on this pump, we go the extra mile on painted graphics and all those little extras. Hereís the list of features:
- All sheet metal and frame sand blasted down to bare metal. Metal sealed with etching epoxy primer.
- Dents removed and surface prepared with multiple coats of catalyzed primer. Primer sanded with increasingly finer grits. Primer sealed.
- Automotive grade color coat / clear coat paint applied. The green is 1970 Ford Grabber Green, or for you Chevy guys its called Competition Green. The doors are metallic silver.
- Racing stripe graphics are painted, not decals, in multiple colors, buried in multiple layers of clear coat. And yes, it took a lot of measurements and time to get everything to line up just right!
- All decals are custom fabricated, made to match the painted surfaces. Decals are also buried in multiple coats of clear coat.
- Clear coat is sanded flat and buffed to a high shine.
- The globe body and nozzle are aluminum, also polished to a high shine.
- The meter and meter faces are restored originals, not reproductions. I did not use stickers on the meter numbers.
- The inside of the pump is also painted.
- All new wiring, including a ground wire (three wire, not two). Dimmer switch added, accessible from the little side door. Easy access ON/OFF switch at the top of the pump.
- New rubber seals on doors, windows, and new hose.
I can crate and ship. Fully enclosed crate, pump attached at the bottom base and at the top (through the globe holder to the pump frame). Crate costs $50.
Price is $4750. Shipping costs will vary based on your location, will cost somewhere between $250 to $450. I can quote shipping for you, no problem. You can pick up too, thatís preferred, and if you are close to Green Bay, WI maybe I can deliver.
Thanks for checking this out, Iím very pleased with this pump. Itís sharp, I hope it finds a good home!