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#54872 - Sun Jan 14 2001 08:04 AM Gilbert & Barker Gas Pump
Anonymous
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Yesterday I found an old Gilbert & Barker pump in the back of an old hardware store. It had been put there in 1923 when the founder moved his store. The tag reads "Gilbert & Barker Self-Measuring Pump Type 206 Model 43 (that "4" could be a messed-up "7"), Serial 10739.
Can anyone direct me to pictures, manuals, parts sources, etc.? I'd also like some idea of this thing's value.
Thanks in advance for any help.

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#54873 - Sun Jan 14 2001 10:11 AM Re: Gilbert & Barker Gas Pump
Ron Scobie Offline
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Registered: Sat Dec 02 2000
Loc: Hugo, MN, USA
I have an old saleman's book from the teens showing most of the old gas, kerosene and oil pumps. Contact me and I'll send you a photo to make sure we are talking about the same pump. Ron Scobie
rscobie@gaspump.com or scobi001@tc.umn.edu
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Phone - Six five one-653-6503

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