Good choice for a first pump--easy to work on and lots of readily available original parts. Check with Ryan Underthun on this site. He had a couple of really nice lower panels a while back. I have some but they would need some work.
Saving the parts would not be worth it, so just head them to the scrappers. Its a very common late model pump and the guts will never appreciate in our lifetime.
Red and white stripes up high like that probably mean that it was once a Cities Service pump.
These pumps came with either plain steel front caps or ad glass caps that would accept a glass panel that would advertise the brand being sold. The ad glass panels add a lot to the attractiveness of the pump and I would recommend installing them during your resto. I have some, if you need them.
Lastley, go to the top of this page and look for the bookstore tab and click on it. Look for Scott Benjamins "Guide to Gas Pump Resoration"--its worth the money spent. GOOD LUCK!!---KEVIN
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