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Tokheim 39-SL
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Hi: My son found a pump and I have lost track of pump values. the bible says $550. He doesn't have the station-liter top. What are they going for these days? Thoughts??

Tokheim 39 1.jpegTokheim 39 2.jpegTokheim pump 3.jpeg

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Re: Tokheim 39-SL
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Look for a liter for this, would increase the valve more than your thoughts I believe. There are some on ebay at times or on here.


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Appreciate that.....


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A regular 4 ad glass tall 39 (NON-station lighter version) in that condition usually sells in the $900-1400 range. I would say your at the higher end of that range because your pump looks solid, complete, and has great original color combo. HOWEVER, THAT IS A NON-STATION LIGHTER VERSION ESTIMATE. The fact that it's a station lighter increases the value from there. As mentioned above, try to find the station lighter portion and it will increase the value significantly.

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Re: Tokheim 39-SL
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It looks like a nice solid complete pump (less liter). Value varies by day and location but I think it is an easy $900 to $1200.


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Nice pump and you might want to check out the possibility there is More Stuff in Back.

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Lol
More stuff in the back
Maybe a garage sale... it’s not Texaco
Walk away Tom..lol
Montana pricing should be in the 750-1000 range


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Re: Tokheim 39-SL
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As a last resort if desired, hornsrus on this site I believe produces one.

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Thanks everyone...I appreciate everyone's comments.
Kim: You are right, it was at a garage sale. He didn't have the station-liter. I actually said that to my son...we should walk away because it is not Texaco. I have never seen an original Texaco pump with a station-liter.
Joe: Thanks for the tip on the reproduction.

The guy also had a Wayne 615 visible. It was missing the top metal piece above the cylinder and the handle. Cylinder was cracked. He was asking $800 for that...was tempted but worried about trying to remove a cracked cylinder. I have a picture of it in another post.....


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Sure looks like H. Earl Clack colors.

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farmers union i believe

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If that yellow was a bit more orange, I would agree..but, it is close....


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Les is spot on...the owner got it from a farmer that bought from Farmer's Co-Op


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