I am selling a Bennett 391. Although this series of pump (Bennett 300's and 500's) is fairly common, the 391 is not very common.
This pump could be restored and/or has a lot of usable parts. It also has a 7" contoured globe holder for a Standard Crown globe (or other large ring globes) and the original 391 I.D. tag. Pipe frame, nozzle side panel, top, and the base are all good, solid and straight. Several internal parts are good as well. Doors are usable, but need metal work.
Good attributes aside, this pump is fairly rough, and a borderline parts pump (most parts are interchangeable with 300 series and some parts can be used on 500 series). It took several bullets to the one side panel (crank/reset side) and two to the veeder root. The VR could be used for parts. No face plates or sight glass. Sight glass manifold has a piece cracked off, but still usable. Crank handle broken. All sheet metal is solid - no rot (with the exception of the bullet holes on one side).
Pictures tell the story, however if you have any questions or want more pics, let me know.
For more detailed information/specs on this exact pump, scroll to the bottom of this Showcase Forum thread:http://www.oldgas.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=595590#Post595590
I can deliver this pump to Michigan Gas.
$550 (parts alone are worth that)