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#699290 - Fri Nov 24 2017 10:42 PM Re: level of restotation [Re: dokako]
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Registered: Fri Jun 21 2013
Loc: Dallas, tx
You received the best advice above. Clean what you can, polish it and stand back and decide if you like the way it looks. If not, start the restoration process.

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#699305 - Sat Nov 25 2017 08:58 AM Re: level of restotation [Re: dokako]
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Registered: Sat Nov 18 2017
Loc: Fond du lac, Wisconsin
My fear of not restoring it is that some areas will continue to rot(rust) away, eventually maybe even collapsing years down the road. We all know what happens to a car once it starts rusting. Wisconsin is not kind to any metal kept outside. Because I was originally looking for a 1950's style pump with a globe, I think I'll keep looking for one. I can always unload this one.

thanks for all the ideas
Dokako

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