Also if you enlarge picture of the two red pumps side by side if you look inside the base of original you will see the cast iron base with mounting provisions for pump. Very big difference behind the base panels and inside the top between original and replica.
Funny thing is the replica does not have one single component that would allow for the pumping of any liquid. Very accurate on outside but just an empty shell.
Majority of display parts are true to dimension and can even be bolted directly in to an original being restored.
Compatible items would be 4 bottom panels, bottom display shelf, upper cover inside display above shelves, 4 vertical corner covers that support glass shelves, center post, center post shelf brackets, window frames, top of display where top display sits, display faces, display face cover with glass and just a few parts from top.
I didn't write that last paragraph in an attempt to sell anything cause I am not making anything. I was just trying to give an idea of the effort and accuracy that went in to this.
When I retire which is hopefully in next year or two I very well may decide to build some of these because I cant sit still😂
Now I know you true collectors will wish evil upon me for what I am about to say😂 but I would love to figure out how to make the display section a refrigerator so I could put beer in it so I could have that in my workshop.