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Gilbert and Barker T-88? #17922
Wed Jan 04 2006 08:35 PM
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I have the opportunity to buy this curbside pump in good original condition? What are these pumps really worth? Are any parts available if something is missing. Did they have a globe attachment?I'm mostly familiar with later pumps. Any info would be appreciated.John

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Re: Gilbert and Barker T-88? #17923
Wed Jan 04 2006 08:54 PM
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T-88s are a great pump. I would pay $400 for one that was complete. There is a guy in OH who makes the globe towers. He advertises in pcm magazine.

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Re: Gilbert and Barker T-88? #17924
Wed Jan 04 2006 09:53 PM
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IF 1 or both doors are missing, don't pay too much. I think Ron Scobie has them in castiron [originals were stamped steel].
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Re: Gilbert and Barker T-88? #17925
Thu Jan 05 2006 03:58 AM
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Thanks, I think it is fairly compltete. Is there a parts page online somewhere? It has the top round door. There is a square hole at the bottom of the base with no cover and I don't believe there is an original nozzle. Other than that and a globe tower it looks complete.

Re: Gilbert and Barker T-88? #17926
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I have the globe tower, lower access door etc. in cast iron. Ron Scobie http://www.gaspump.com/Other_Parts.html


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