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Gilbarco and Fry restored gas pumps
#83570 Wed Oct 17 2001 08:55 PM
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Here are a couple of pumps I recently finished, an early Gilbarco pre-visible and a Fry 73 with repo globe lenses



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Re: Gilbarco and Fry restored gas pumps
#83571 Thu Oct 18 2001 04:07 PM
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Great job! Your pumps look great!

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Originally posted by wesley crotts:
Great job! Your pumps look great!


I like your pumps. I been wanting to put my gilbert-barker visible in my family room, but the wife said "no one puts a gas pump in thier house" maybe now she'll change her mind
mike

Re: Gilbarco and Fry restored gas pumps
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Thanks for the compliments guys. Well, let your wife know I have six in my home. Four more in the garage. I think you will find a lot of us gas collectors have one or more pumps we live with. Good Luck!!

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my wife said the same thing 3 yrs ago. Now she is totally hooked. we have 4 in the house. 1 lubester, and an air meter. She even goes to swap meets with me now. There is hope.good luck.


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Fine gas goodies,very fine.

Re: Gilbarco and Fry restored gas pumps
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Great looking pumps! Too many hours of work on these to put them outside. I still have my Wayne 60 in my house. My wife is getting more "into" the hobby and helps me spot old pumps as we drive down the highway. She went with me to look at a GB T176 visible about a month ago and helped me figure out a way to purchase it. We sure enjoy seeing all the pics of the pumps everyone has restored.
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Originally posted by Morgan:
Here are a couple of pumps I recently finished, an early Gilbarco pre-visible and a Fry 73 with repo globe lenses


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