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#99886 Tue May 04 2004 04:25 AM
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Tim:

I've got a couple of extra spigot assemblies.

I ended up with three when I got my Bowser 52B Oil Cabinet. They are not exactly like the one in your (little) picture - but I think they would work for you. I will be out in the shop tonight and I'll take a shot of both the units and send them to you tomorrow.

Later . . .

Jim

P.S. Shoot me an e-mail so I have your address. I couldn't get the one from you posting to work.




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#99887 Tue May 04 2004 02:50 PM
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Let me just say that you guys are full of good info!!
On this site just about everytime I click I learn something!!!!!
Again THANKS to all,

Neal

#99888 Fri May 07 2004 06:16 PM
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Again these pumps are not mine but ones that I have seen either on this site, ebay or other web sites. I hope you enjoy them.

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Thanks Tim, you did good here!! I have a couple of these and you have given me some good ideas regarding what brand and scheme I'm going with when I get around to restoring these.
Sincerely,

Neal

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I bought the sheetmetal from one vendor, and the faces from another at Iowa Gas a few years ago. I know they are for a G&B T-?? pump. Project has been shelved.

Along with MANY MANY others !!!!!

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#99891 Tue May 11 2004 06:31 AM
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THIS SENT IN BY OLDGAS BROTHER DAN SUPPLEE (DanS711) OF HIS G&B MODEL 6. CIRCA 1906 CURB OR PRIVATE GARAGE PUMP IN A SWEET RESTORED STATE OF MIND.


THANKS FOR SHARING!

DOC @ TAG/W
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DOC @ THE AMERICAN GARAGE
#99892 Tue May 11 2004 09:52 PM
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Don, what kind of paint did you use on the above pump?
Nice job on the entire restoration!
Thanks,

Neal

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The pump is painted in DuPont Centari with hardner. I am still looking for a spigot for this pump if anyone has one they would like to sell.

Dan

#99894 Sat Feb 05 2005 09:28 PM
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Does anybody have an assembly manual. I just picked up a GB 176 and I don't think I have a the parts. I'll post picks tomorrow.

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I have three G&B visibles with good blue cylinders.These seem to be a very common visible,when you find a visible that is.Seems that people are starting to buy them again since most of the new houses have vaulted ceilings.Hey Scott that phillips station in deadwood is fantastic,I seen it when I went to sturgis.Did you get a chance to see the old texaco station?There was old coke boxes and air meters outside all over the place,took pictures with a cheapie.Did you see the globe inside?Seemed to me like it was a very old signal globe that was nice but a little rough?????I almost had heart failure when I was up there,pumps everywhere,my campground had 2 wayne 60s out front!!!!!

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hey guys,i just bought two 176'with blue cylinders and a t-65 from Dar Hansen,should be here monday or tuesday.Cant wait to see em. Mike [ IMG]http://img86.exs.cx/img86/4241/57f7aa.th.jpg[/IMG]

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Very nice pumps indeed. I hope you plan to show us pictures when you have them restored.

Phil


Thanks, Phil
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POSTED THIS A LONG TIME AGO,DICK SAID "PAINT IT RED ITS FOR GAS YOU DUMMIE".
ITS A G&B MODEL 64 1910 DATE ON IT,THE LABEL READS "LONG DISTANCE SYSTEM".
I HAVE SEEN SEVERAL LIKE IT BUT NONE EXACT.
DOES ANYONE KNOW IF ANY OTHER PUMP HAD A HANDLE WITH STANDARD OIL COMPANY ON IT?



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HERE'S MY 176, NOW IF I COULD FIND SOME TIME TO RESTORE IT!! ................CJ

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Ranchpump sent in these great pictures and the following comments:
"How fortuitous was my visit to the historical adobe museum in tiny San Miguel, CA. I've attached several pictures of a well-restored Gilbert and Barker pump that is on display there. I was going to send to "Found along the Way" but "Pump of the Month" is more appropriate right now.
Check out the lonely stretch of old El Camino Real through San Miguel from the 20's also."




Thanks for sharing them with us, Ranchpump.

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