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Tokheim Question #161000
Fri Nov 20 2009 03:50 PM
Fri Nov 20 2009 03:50 PM
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Nashville, Tennessee
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I'm new to the forum and I need some help.Does anybody know the model number and what years it was used.I'm trying to find a correct nozzle and I really know nothing about old gas pumps.Thanks...TB

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Re: Tokheim Question [Re: TB kickstart] #161004
Fri Nov 20 2009 04:11 PM
Fri Nov 20 2009 04:11 PM
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If its hand operated, it should be a 660 used from 1928 to 1940 and if its electric, it would be a 665 used from 1928 to 1930! This information comes from Jack Sims book--An illustrated Guide to Gas Pumps and the book is available here on this web site. Everyone that fools around with old pumps should have one! Pretty nice old pump you've got there! Be sure to post pics of it when you're done restoring it!
I don't know on the nozzle but someone on here might! Good luck!---KEVIN


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Re: Tokheim Question [Re: K W FRITH] #161006
Fri Nov 20 2009 04:31 PM
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Your pump is shown on page 274 of my 352 page Gas Pump Identifiction book (it identifies almost 2000 pumps).

You can purchase an autographed copy from me at: www.petrocollect.com

I also have a section on that website to identify the correct nozzle (the one that was on the pump when it was delivered, new) at: http://www.petrolianacollectibles.com/tokheim%20nozzles-2.htm

There are also color pictures of your pump at: http://www.petrolianacollectibles.com/tokheim%20600.htm

Jack Sim


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Re: Tokheim Question [Re: K W FRITH] #161038
Fri Nov 20 2009 07:20 PM
Fri Nov 20 2009 07:20 PM
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Thanks Kevin, it is a hand operated pump.It's not mine,all I'm doing is the paint and body work on it.I'm just trying to help a find the right nozzle for it. Thanks again Kevin.. TB

Re: Tokheim Question [Re: TB kickstart] #161042
Fri Nov 20 2009 08:49 PM
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Cool pump cant wait to see it done smile


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