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#160866 - Thu Nov 19 2009 07:23 PM pump id & question
junkerjones Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Mon Sep 29 2008
Loc: Arkansas
Can anyone tell me what kind of pump this is. It looks kinda salty do you think its worth buying if I can get it cheap. Thanks!!

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#160874 - Thu Nov 19 2009 07:42 PM Re: pump id & question [Re: junkerjones]
keithia Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Fri Dec 14 2001
Loc: USA

Bowser 575 and it is worth buying. I would value one in good complete condition at 400 retail.

Drive with Care and Buy Sinclair!! I buy Sinclair globes, signs, cans, ect.

#160877 - Thu Nov 19 2009 07:46 PM Re: pump id & question [Re: keithia]
gasoildude Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Mon Nov 29 2004
Loc: Oneida IL USA
Yepper thats what it is. I sold one a few months back for $350 in real nice condition. If you can get it for under $200 you did good smile
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#160878 - Thu Nov 19 2009 07:52 PM Re: pump id & question [Re: gasoildude]
Dick Bennett Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
No wonder it's Rusty, was a CITIES SERVICE ! LOL

#160887 - Thu Nov 19 2009 08:39 PM Re: pump id & question [Re: Dick Bennett]
K W FRITH Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Sun Oct 21 2007
Loc: Devils Lake, ND---USA
I'm not sure of the rust connection there or is it in reference to the fact that its so d**m old?? LOL
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#160910 - Fri Nov 20 2009 01:19 AM Re: pump id & question [Re: K W FRITH]
Jack Sim Online   content
Veteran Member

Registered: Fri Nov 10 2000
Loc: St. Louis, MO, USA
There is another post that has 3531 people who have looked at it, and it about knowledge about what you are buying. Everybody is telling each other how to recognize repro signs.

If you are going out to buy anything in this hobby, you should has as much knowledge as possible, signs, globes, salt and pepper shakers, cans, and in your case PUMPS.

I wrote two books on the identification of gas pumps, with their approximate valve, this is what you should have before you even look at a pump.

My book is available from me, on this website, and if you want to order it, from about any large book seller.

Your pump is shown on page 101 of my revised Gas Pump Identification book.

Jack Sim
Author, Gas Pump Identfication books 1st & 2nd Editions & Air Meter Identification books
We rebuild ECO air meters and sell parts.

#160947 - Fri Nov 20 2009 08:22 AM Re: pump id & question [Re: Jack Sim]
Ryan Fortner Offline
Petro Enthusiast

Registered: Mon Mar 05 2001
Loc: Houston Tx USA


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