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#60084 - Tue Nov 14 2000 07:52 AM Wayne gas pump, serial # 126865
Gasboy Offline
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Registered: Tue Nov 14 2000
Loc: Newfoundland. Canada
I have this Wayne pump that I am beginning to restore. The serial # is 126865.
The pump is green in color, stands about 50"
high, appears to be a curb pump and has an Imperial brass tag.
I would like help in identifying this pump by year and model so I would be able to find parts. Also need help with the face discription. It looks to be a dial face.
I can email pictures to anyone who may be able to help with identifying this pump or click on the image below to view them now. Thanks


Thanks Jack. Now I know what I got here I can start doing the old pump justice. Apprerciate all your help.

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[This message has been edited by Gasboy (edited 11-16-2000).]

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#60085 - Wed Nov 15 2000 12:44 AM Re: Wayne gas pump, serial # 126865
Koz Offline
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Registered: Wed Nov 15 2000
Loc: Klamath Falls, Oregon USA
Please send some pictures of the pump. I will try to help.
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#60086 - Wed Nov 15 2000 02:41 PM Re: Wayne gas pump, serial # 126865
Jack Sim Offline
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Registered: Fri Nov 10 2000
Loc: St. Louis, MO, USA
I have pictures of just about everything Wayne has made. It would be good if you posted a picture on this site so we all can help you.
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#60087 - Thu Nov 16 2000 12:23 AM Re: Wayne gas pump, serial # 126865
Jack Sim Offline
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Registered: Fri Nov 10 2000
Loc: St. Louis, MO, USA
I have been able to identify your pump as the Wayne Cut 207, which was introduced in 1919. It was sold as a curb pump with the ability to register 20 gallons per sale. It had a meter to keep the total number of gallons delivered. Wayne's ad for the pump claims that at the time (1919) the 207 was the fastest gallon pump being marketed, also this pump was marketer as an inexpensive pump. Your pump is missing a pipe that went up about 3' that the hose was attached to. In 1923 the pump was reintroduced with a visible attachment, the Cut 207-V. I have a color sales brochure for this pump that I can copy, please let me know.
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