Let's see Clock-Face pumps

Posted by: henlovestoys

Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Fri Nov 28 2014 11:24 PM

Folks,

Being a BIG FAN of Clock-Face pumps, I would like to see your pumps: Original or Restored!

I know there some RARE ones out there.

Please provide company/model/year.

Thanks,

Hen
Posted by: LoveOldThings

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 09:45 AM

Here's my National B-1 with it's original Associated "chicken-wing" ad glass -- to start it off

LoveOldThings
Posted by: Tbirdgas

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 12:04 PM

Posted by: JUNK KING

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 01:09 PM

Here's a Tokheim 850 I have.
Posted by: KZ1000

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 03:03 PM

Tokheim 850 1932 in as found as used condition.
Pump is chain driven and still works, original to pump sight glass,tags,and roller nozzle. a true survivior
Posted by: Big Block Cat

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 03:19 PM

Here's my Wayne 866 with it's original paint and grease.
Posted by: JUNK KING

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 03:37 PM

Those survivors are some great looking pumps.
Posted by: pumpingethyl

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 03:37 PM


Wayne/Boyle Dayton .. 1930
Posted by: Don Beaver

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:03 PM

Restored for a friend a couple of years ago Original Globe and porcelain signs.
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:05 PM

Great Idea for a thread!!! Who dosent love clockface pumps??? Here are a couple I picked up this spring
Left: Bowser 300 1927-1932
Right: Erie 50 1934

I will add more as time permits. Love that Boyle Dayton Dennis.
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:12 PM

Wayne 800 1930-1932
Restored to working condition by Tom Buckles
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:19 PM

American 550 1935
Restored by Tom Buckles
Posted by: MATT ALVAREZ

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:23 PM

Here are mine. The first is a Tokheim 36 also know as a 870 special because Tokheim used 870 parts to build it. The second is a 36BDP. The DP indicates it is a clock face. The third is a Tokheim 870 and the last one is a Wayne 861.









Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:50 PM

National Duplex 1918-1932
Posted by: Don Beaver

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:53 PM

American 25 plus year old restoration
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 05:59 PM

Dayton 500 Bell Boy 1926-1935
Posted by: Tbirdgas

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 06:05 PM

Posted by: Tbirdgas

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 06:09 PM

Posted by: Chevrolet SS

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 06:11 PM

Originally Posted By: henlovestoys
Folks,

Being a BIG FAN of Clock-Face pumps, I would like to see your pumps: Original or Restored!

I know there some RARE ones out there.

Please provide company/model/year.

Thanks,

Hen
Posted by: tbuckles

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 07:11 PM

First is a National B-38 with original ad glass and original Power X decal.
Next is a Bennett 373-F Clockface.
Last is an original Tokheim 850 that I slipped an actual clock movement into make it useful and I also had deeper face bezels spun to ad the neon. Can very easily return to it's original configuration.
Tom.
Posted by: Wes Hague

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 07:28 PM

Service Station Equipment ,Toronto Canada,
Model 146, 1938 "Canadian pump..
Posted by: 47reo-travis

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 07:32 PM

Very nice pumps everyone !
Posted by: BryceG

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 07:42 PM

a fitting subject... just picked this American up today...

Posted by: oldiesbutgoodies

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 07:50 PM

A couple of my favorite Erie's one I still have the twin I sold.
Posted by: Gas Pump Rob

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 10:53 PM

Great Pumps ! This is a great thread. Lot's of clockface collectors out there. A few more to look at. Yellow pump is a Tokheim 870A 1933-1935 the Red and white clockface is a Wayne dual dispensing single product model # unknown the primer rust one is a Sharmeter MA series pump.

Rob
Posted by: keithia

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 11:00 PM

Tokheim 870 and Dayton 1420
Posted by: bsplichal95

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Nov 29 2014 11:26 PM

What a great thread! It seems as though all clock face pumps have eluded me so far, I hope that changes someday!
Posted by: Dave's Garage

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 01:57 AM

Nice pumps!!!
Posted by: H1HUMMER

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 08:44 AM

Wow you guys have some amazing pumps ! Great thread Hen ! I can appreciate this even more since I personally have never come across a clockface in the wild around here ! Thanks for all the pics ! Now I gotta have one (and any of the above would work ! lol) Z
Posted by: 1937 GMC

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 09:14 AM

Bennett EM-150 / 1929 to 1935
Posted by: DWSheffer

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 09:27 AM

Thanks to all of those posting and for adding the model numbers of the pumps as well. I'm not a big pump guy due to space limitations so it helps to know what I'm looking at! Some great looking models here.
Darin
Posted by: Signs&Neons

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 09:27 AM

Thanks to all for posting photos. Many nice pumps! Would be great if those who havent would please label their photos with make, model, year for those of us who don't know these pumps so well. Thanks!
Posted by: redindianguy

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 10:30 AM

Amazing pumps guys !!!
Posted by: gasmelincelr

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 12:24 PM

G&B 106 from around 1930. The only clock face I've ever owned.
Posted by: Gas Pump Rob

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 01:56 PM

Originally Posted By: gasmelincelr
G&B 106 from around 1930. The only clock face I've ever owned.


I always look at your avitar and love the way that thing leans over towards the building! That was a cool find, and a great photo!

Gas Pump Rob
Posted by: gasmelincelr

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 03:12 PM

Thanks Rob, It's a keeper for sure. You guys have some great pumps out there.
Posted by: Hardy's Garage

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 06:54 PM

Here are a couple of mine. Based on the attached data plates the pump in the first picture is a G&B T-106, year unknown. Pumps in the second photo are, on the left, an Erie 10 circa 1932 and on the right an M&S 129 EU circa 1928.

I'd appreciate it if someone would let me know if they think the model number and/or years are incorrect.
Posted by: marky

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 07:09 PM

bennett em 250
1929-1932
Posted by: keithia

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 07:27 PM

Great pumps guys. Great thread. Matt that Bennett looks familiar!
Posted by: Gas Pump Rob

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 09:14 PM

How about a few more of mine. First one Bennett 77 with external rather than dogbone internal visigauge. Bowser 410 , National B-38, and Sharmeter MA-37 cash recorder.

Rob
Posted by: Gas Pump Rob

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 09:22 PM

A few more. Tokheim 870 1933-1937, Reehm 34 1934 , National Apex 90 1930-1932 and lastly Wayne 861 1932-1938

Rob


Rob
Posted by: Mike M.

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sun Nov 30 2014 09:48 PM

My Tokheim 850 square
Posted by: Highway66

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 12:13 AM

Awesome thread! Clock face pumps are so beautiful!
Posted by: big blazer

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 06:10 AM

National B-38,Wayne 851,Erie 753,Tokeim 850 square version


Posted by: LOWright

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 07:14 AM

My two National Simplex 60's...One on the right is a very old repaint, was stored inside since the 50's. Original nozzle, visi, crank handle and faces.
Posted by: hobbies4howie

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 10:31 AM

Here is my latest addition thanks to oldiesbutgoodies. It is an Erie 451-P or 452-P. I'm not sure which. If anybody knows, please let me know. 











Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 11:40 AM

Rush M1 1932 Original Porcelain. Globe is not original LOL Darn kids!!!
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 11:45 AM

Left to right

Sharemeter M-513 1927
Wayne 851 1930-1935
Tokheim 870-A 1933-1935
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 12:10 PM

Wayne 576 1929-1932
Posted by: Todd68

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 07:26 PM

Posted by: Gas Pump Rob

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Mon Dec 01 2014 08:27 PM

Love all the clockfaces! Great to see so many out there! Hoping to see more!

Rob
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 06:07 AM

Aqua 655 1934
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 06:14 AM

Butler 131 1931
Posted by: junknjohn

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 06:18 AM

National 60 "Simplex" 1925-1930
Posted by: LSx

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 07:13 AM

One of these days im gonna pick one of these up. So damn cool

Awesome pumps everyone
Posted by: landscaper

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 08:44 AM

Here is a 1928 Erie clock face I found in CT this summer. The seller was the grandson of the original owner who bought it new. This pump had been on the property since new.
Posted by: 60wayne

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 09:21 AM

A few of my clock face pumps.
Posted by: 60wayne

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 09:34 AM

few more
Posted by: 60wayne

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 09:53 AM

more
Posted by: Steven C.

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 11:00 AM

This thread Rocks!! Thanks to all for sharing!!!

Love the old Eries!!


And I have to put in a shout out about what looks like two original paint Sunoco pumps in the background of JunknJohn's post!! Wowzer!!

Posted by: Tbirdgas

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 11:23 AM

Tok 850/950??

Posted by: Tbirdgas

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 11:24 AM

Pair of 866's

Posted by: MARK SMITH

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 03:25 PM

Great pumps! Thanks for all the pics. Great thread!
Posted by: Tbirdgas

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 05:28 PM

wayne 861

Posted by: bsplichal95

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 09:02 PM

I spot a Raymond oil dispensing cabinet in junknjohns's post! Sweet!!!
Posted by: K W FRITH

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Tue Dec 02 2014 09:26 PM

I have 4 fairly rare clockface pumps that I really like. The first is a Tokheim 36B clockface with porcelain panels, first made in 1936. The Cities Service logo is actually formed right on the porcelain panel!
Second pump is an Erie 753, also made with porcelain panels and first made in 1931. Erie made a batch of these for different companies, and again the logo was made right into the porcelain panel!
Third pump is a rare crossover pump, made by Wayne pump company, around 1932, as they changed from the 861 clockface into the new Wayne 40 computer pumps! Its labeled as an 861/40!
Fourth pump is a Wayne 864, and was a result of the remaining demand for cheaper clockface pumps, in light of the increased prices for the newer computer type pumps. Its was just a Wayne 40A with the tried and true 861 clockface mechanism in it, and made about 1935!
Posted by: bsplichal95

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Wed Dec 03 2014 09:24 PM

Nice pumps Kevin and everyone else!
Posted by: keithia

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Wed Dec 03 2014 09:33 PM

Posting these for Racecop.

Posted by: 67Chev4X4

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Thu Dec 04 2014 03:04 AM

Well I'll post the only two I have. They are fairly common pumps but nobody else has posted these models. The first is a Bowser Exacto 310 from 1932 and the second is a SSEC EM150, which is the same pump as a Bennett 150, about 1932. Mitch
Posted by: junior25

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Dec 06 2014 07:16 AM

Here's a couple of my Canadian made Clock pumps.
SSE Salesmaster 208
Eco-Meter DM-160
Posted by: hillsideshortleg

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Dec 06 2014 12:25 PM

junior25
those SSE Salesmaster 208 was always my favorite pumps. I am curious, is it acceptable to post pic's of pumps you used to have?
Posted by: redindianguy

Re: Let's see Clock-Face pumps - Sat Dec 06 2014 12:47 PM

Very nice Junior !!!! When do you find time to work smile